Does a myoclonic jerk always mean epilepsy?

Answer On One Hand: Myoclonic Jerks are Common Epileptic BehaviorsEpilepsy is a central nervous system disorder in the brain. Many individuals with epilepsy experience myoclonic jerks, or involuntary conv... Read More »

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Does a myoclonic jerk always indicate epilepsy?

On One Hand: Not Necessarily Signs of DiseaseMyoclonic jerks (the sudden twitching of muscles) do not always indicate epilepsy. A myoclonic jerk is simply an involuntary and unexpected muscle contr... Read More »

How common is adult myoclonic epilepsy?

About 200,000 cases of adult myoclonic epilepsy are diagnosed annually, mostly in children under the age of two and people over 65. The condition is prevalent in stroke patients and those affected ... Read More »

Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy (medications)?

I'm a nurse and your ht has nothing to do with it. Though your wt and age does. A person how reaches to wt of at least 100lbs is considered to be in adult dosing range. I looked your med up in my S... Read More »

Does cancer always mean death?

No. Cancer is an umbrella term to describe over 200 types and even more subtypes of disease. To complicate matters further . . not all cancers are as life threatening as others . . and the earlier ... Read More »