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Old 07-04-2005, 05:37 PM   #1
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18 month old + seizures

My great niece had a seizure about 4 weeks ago. It was diagnosed as a fibrial seizure brought on by a high temperature. She was sent home from the hospital and told it was a viral infection. She had another seizure later that day. Then nothing and then 2 weeks after than another 2 seizures in the same day. This time the kept her in the hospital, did blood work & EEG which shows nothing. Sent her home but her temperature goes up and down all day long. Right now it is 100.5. They now have her on antibiotics for a cold. She has had diarreah (sp) for a few days. Her parents & grandparents are beside themselves thinking she is going to have another seizure. She is scheduled for an MRI. Any help or imput would be appreciated.

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Old 07-05-2005, 03:07 PM   #2
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Re: 18 month old + seizures

Hi not really sure if I can help, but I do kind of know what you are going through Over the past 6 months on and off, my little girl has had constant so called viruses and high temperatures. I have taken her to all different doctors and fobbed off with its just a "virus" I have finally found a doctor who knows what he is doing and it has turned out that she has a UTI ( urinary tract infection ) I am as we speak awaiting lab results and am facing having to take her for ultrasounds of her kidneys and liver etc. I am just so ANGRY that every doctor just automatically says virus. Now I am terrified that because of their incompetence that my baby may have had this UTI indefinately which could have caused kidney damage. I assume when your niece was in the hospital they checked her for UTI's ? I just thought I would mention it to you as with all of the research I have done, when children have high temps without any kind of other symptoms its almost always a UTI. Anyway good luck and I hope they come up with some answers for your family very soon.

Old 07-06-2005, 04:13 AM   #3
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Re: 18 month old + seizures

Interestingly, vitamin B6 with magnesium as well as dimethylglycine (DMG) are known to reduce or eliminate seizure activity in some individuals, even in cases where seizure drugs are ineffective.

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