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Results 1 - 10 of 510 for Thinking seizures
  1. ... slightly low. More severe symptoms, such as unclear thinking or seizure, occur when the blood sugar is much lower ( ...
  2. ... difficult to understand, does not make sense) Problems thinking straight Seizures (jerking your arms or legs without control) Changes ...
  3. ... voices that do not exist, or acting without thinking seizures swelling of the feet, ankles, or lower legs ...
  4. ... and feet dizziness tiredness, drowsiness, confusion, and slow thinking seizures Ceftaroline may cause other side effects. Call your ...
  5. Sporotrichosis (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    Fungal Infections/Specifics ... Fungal Infections ... Skin Infections/Specifics ... Skin Infections ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ... Sporotrichosis is a rare ...
  6. ... the seizure, the person is usually: Wide awake Thinking clearly Unaware of the seizure Specific symptoms of typical absence seizures may include: ...
  7. ... difficult to understand, does not make sense) Problems thinking straight or feeling foggy Seizures (jerking arms or legs without control) Changes in ...
  8. CADASIL From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)  
    Dementia/Specifics ... Dementia ... Ischemic Stroke/Specifics ... Ischemic Stroke ... Leukodystrophies/Specifics ... Leukodystrophies ... National Institute of Neurological Disorders ...
  9. ... slurred speech, and drooling. School performance declines as thinking and reasoning abilities become impaired. Seizures occur in 30 percent to 50 percent of ...
  10. Brain Tumors Signs & Symptoms (National Brain Tumor Society)  
    Brain Tumors/Start Here ... Brain Tumors ... National Brain Tumor Society
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