EPILEPSY DIAGNOSIS | EEG RESULTS | CBD OIL? | Absence Seizure Aurora’s EEG results are in and we show you her absence seizure. Her being diagnosed …


  1. My toddler recently started staring into space and is getting worse day to day recently. I'm getting worried now after watching this video 😔🙏🏼

  2. I have absent seizures. I’ve only been able to pinpoint a couple of them that were long enough that I realized I lost time but most the time people around me I just don’t have close family or friends that knows enough about me or knows me well enough that they would be able to tell what was going on. All of your children are so lucky to have you as parents.

  3. I don't think CBD oil is going to hurt her any. I have heard and seen it work. My birth mom has seizures and she uses CBD oil and it is helping her seizures. Prayers for Aurora and ur family.

  4. My daughter was diagnosed with Epilepsy. The neurologist was very confident about the diagnosis based, my Daughter had an EEG (no idea if it showed anything; we were tired and may have misunderstood what he said about that). MRI was negative for problems. For the past 4 months or so, I have seen weekly occurrences, making strange faces (this involved cheek twitching and lip quivering). We did not realize it could be a serious problem until she had an obvious seizure (simple partial) last week. What is troubling about my daughter condition is that we have seen many daytime seizures, and that recently the seizures seem to cluster together. No idea if there are seizures occurring at night. We were given a prescription for Kapra, but are still weighing the risk / rewards of giving the medication to a toddler. After returning from the hospital, my daughter experienced a round a vomiting lasting from 3 AM to 11 AM, followed by additional vomiting the following morning at around 2 AM. Nothing sense then. She has not had an appetite, is drinking fine, and otherwise appears healthy. I read a lot of blogs where people who shared their testimonies kept mentioning Anti-seizure Herbal medication. I searched for a website I just followed the email address of Doctor Patrick that was shared on these testimonies; I got lucky when I got a reply from Dr. Patrick. I followed his instruction, used Herbal Medicine in less than 2 months, my daughter seizures reduced drastically. Within a period of 5 months, my daughter was cured. I went back to my neurologist, where my daughter checked up and marked epilepsy free. If you need his help you can Contact this herbal doctor via his email herbalmedicalhome@gmail.com and WhatsApp connection is +2348102558553 for help https://www.facebook.com/Doctor-Patrick-119465009919223/..

  5. Medical marijuana is safer than a lot of prescription drugs. And CBD doesn't contain the psychoactive part, that's THC. I use medical marijuana for my migraine and it has had the biggest impact of all the meds I have tried, and I've tried a lot of meds. And it's the only one that hasn't caused any negative affects. There's a lot of fear mongering around it that's not based in scientific fact.

  6. My biggest issue against CBD is everytime someone uses CBD or Marajjuna I have an asthma attack so this wont work for me. I want like everybody else along with you her parents that this might help and her seizures do better.

  7. Hi i Also have Epilepsy and my EEG also showed Slowing on the Left sideo f my brain! i get how stressful it gets and im always here if you need anything! <3

  8. I hope you will look into the ketogenic diet for epilepsy. This was the subject of the movie starring Meryl Streep called First Do No Harm. You can watch the movie and find out all about it. It’s quite amazing.

  9. As a kid I had seizures. I was diagnosed the summer following 1st grade, and continued to have them through 4th grade. I had absence seizures too. Looking back it was quite scary. For me, there was no time lost. I went from one action to the next not realizing I'd missed time in between. I was having them daily before my mother took me off presciptions and used holistic medicines instead. (I don't recommend that as an adult. I had no choice as a kid, but luckily I didn't suffer any withdrawal or other adverse effects.) I 'grew' out of it. I know thats not the case for many people, but I hope your little girl is doing well.

  10. I know I'm late to the video but I used to care for individuals who had epilepsy and there are mats you can put under the top sheet on the mattress which plug into the wall and they notify you if the person is having a seizure in their sleep. It's really good and a successful way of knowing whether the individual is in trouble or not

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