My son is 6 months old and being suffering from seizures for 2 months now, all major tests are normal which is brilliant but he keeps having these seizures lasting between a min and 4 mins, the docs…Continue
"very sorry to hear what you are going through, it is extremely frustrating not knowing what is wrong with your child and even though they have every test going, still no answers! I havnt wrote for a while and theres nothing i can say really to help…"
just a quick update, after my son was increased to 1.5ml of keppra, he once again had breakthrough seizures a week later so again we increased the dose to 1.7ml. I wasnt happy atall with how…"
"From my past experience of being on Keppra for a few years, I would say those are signature "Kepprage" symptoms. If you look at other discussion about Keppra on this forum, you will probably notice many others with these problems on…"
"Side-effects include hair loss, pins and needles sensation in the extremities, anxiety and psychiatric symptoms ranging from irritability to depression, and other common side-effects like headache and nausea. Recent literature suggests that the…"
My son is 6 months old and being suffering from seizures for 2 months now, all major tests are normal which is brilliant but he keeps having these seizures lasting between a min and 4 mins, the docs have put him on Keppra starting at 0.4ml, he keeps having breakthrough seizures so they keep increasing the dose, hes on 1.5 ml at the moment, he had just 5 seizures monday but i find he is really upset, anxious, irritable and extremely shattered but wont go to sleep, hes like this for a few days…See More
"hello rache, it is really good to hear your little one is ok and it does give me a tiny bit of hope to hear about your sister so thank you for that, my son started off on 0.4 ml of Keppra but he keeps having breakthrough seizures so they've…"
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