What is the definition of a tonic clonic seizure?

Answer A tonic-clonic seizure, also referred to as a grand mal seizure, causes many symptoms and adverse effects. Unlike other seizures, a tonic-clonic occurs when abnormal electrical activity strikes bot... Read More »

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What is a tonic-clonic seizure in dogs?

If your dog falls limply to the ground, he has probably fainted. However, if he falls over, goes rigid, then begins to run in place, he is most likely having a tonic-clonic seizure. Contact your ve... Read More »

Hi. I'm having Tonic Clonic Seizures & am finding them scary. Any advice would be appreciated?

Dreamy. This passed Tuesday I was having tachycardia, the sweats, and the feelings of fainting. It is scary when there seems to be insufficient oxygen and having absolutely zero control over it... Read More »

Definition of Search & Seizure?

"Search" and "seizure" are legal terms referring to certain personal intrusions. A search generally denotes government intrusion into a space in which one may expect privacy, while a seizure refers... Read More »

Trying to find out what caused my 17 mth old to have a seizure one minute he was fine running and playing then he was having a seizure it was so terrifying.?

The most common cause of seizure between tha ages of six months to six years is febrile seizure. If the child did not have fever at that time other causes have to be considered. The child needs to ... Read More »