Video Series Women Succeeding with Epilepsy

 

I HAD A GRAND MAL SEIZURE AFTER NOT HAVING ONE FOR 3 DAYS

Video taken from the channel: MyJourneyToBeSeizureFree


 

Advanced Surgical Treatment of Epilepsy with Dr. Nitin Tandon

Video taken from the channel: McGovern Medical School


 

Sleep and Epilepsy (Wellness Institute Whiteboard Video Series)

Video taken from the channel: Epilepsy Foundation


 

Epilepsy, Animation.

Video taken from the channel: Alila Medical Media


 

3 SEIZURES I HAD ON JANUARY 27TH / FALLING OFF OF COUCH AFTER SEIZURE

Video taken from the channel: MyJourneyToBeSeizureFree


 

Veronica C. Part 1: Accepting Your Epilepsy Diagnosis

Video taken from the channel: HealthyWomen


 

Frequently Asked Questions by Women Living with Epilepsy from epilepsy.com

Video taken from the channel: Epilepsy Foundation


The “Women Succeeding with Epilepsy” video series highlights the stories of two women who are living well with epilepsy. Their stories will both educate and inspire you. While these women and their families have experienced ups and downs, they have also learned how to successfully navigate life with epilepsy.

The “Women Succeeding with Epilepsy” video series highlights the stories of two women who are living well with epilepsy. Their stories will both educate and inspire you. Watch the videos below for information on epilepsy, expert advice and more. Learn more about Epilepsy Advocate.

Learn more about HealthyWomen. Navigating life with epilepsy can present many challenges, particularly for women. Whether a woman has epilepsy or cares for a loved one, she often has to balance epilepsy with her responsibilities as a mother, wife and healthcare decision maker for Video Series, Part 2: Women Succeeding with Epilepsy. Created: 11/16/2010. Whether a woman has epilepsy or cares for a loved one, she often has to balance epilepsy with her responsibilities as a mother, wife and healthcare decision maker for the family.

The “Women Succeeding with Epilepsy” video series highlights the stories of two women who are living well with epilepsy. The “Women Succeeding with Epilepsy” video series highlights the stories of two women who are living well with epilepsy. Their stories will both educate and inspire you. Watch the videos below for information on epilepsy, expert advice and more.

Introduction. Series of Videos about Epilepsy by CodyMadden. 4:11. Understanding Generalized Seizures (Epilepsy #4) by Healthguru.

Long-term EEG Monitoring Video Brigham and Women’s Hospital by Brigham and Women’s Hospital. 7:36. Epilepsy: What Actually Happens? Matthew’s Epilepsy Success Story by Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. 8:04.

Epilepsy: It’s. Folic Acid Use by Women with Epilepsy: Findings of the Epilepsy Birth Control Registry Experiences and Needs of Parents of Young Children with Active Epilepsy: A Population-Based Study Epilepsy by the Numbers: Epilepsy Deaths by Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Gender in the United States Significantly Increased from 2005 to 2014. Additional UCB Epilepsy Awareness Month Activities. Women Succeeding with Epilepsy: In conjunction with HealthyWomen, the leading online health information source for women, Epilepsy Advocate launched the Women Succeeding with Epilepsy webcast series earlier this year. The program features real women sharing their stories of how they have dealt with the challenges of epilepsy both as.

The VA Epilepsy Centers of Excellence (ECoE) video series, “Veterans and Epilepsy: Basic Training” addresses the fear and misunderstanding of epilepsy and educates veterans, their caregivers, and the general public about living with epilepsy. This fifth video in the series focuses on seizure first aid. For some people living with epilepsy, the risk of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) is an important concern. SUDEP refers to deaths in people with epilepsy that are not caused by injury, drowning, or other known causes.

1 Studies suggest that each year there are about 1.16 cases of SUDEP for every 1,000 people with epilepsy, although estimates vary. 2.

List of related literature:

Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, London, p 844–845 Greenhill L, Betts T 2003 The lifelong needs of women with epilepsy.

“The Midwives' Guide to Key Medical Conditions E-Book: Pregnancy and Childbirth” by Linda Wylie, Helen G H Bryce
from The Midwives’ Guide to Key Medical Conditions E-Book: Pregnancy and Childbirth
by Linda Wylie, Helen G H Bryce
Elsevier Health Sciences UK, 2008

Women Women with epilepsy face unique challenges throughout their lifespan related to the interaction of hormones, epilepsy, and AEDs.

“Conn's Current Therapy 2016” by Edward T. Bope, Rick D. Kellerman
from Conn’s Current Therapy 2016
by Edward T. Bope, Rick D. Kellerman
Elsevier, 2015

Most women with epilepsy have already been diagnosed and need no further investigations.

“Rennie & Roberton's Textbook of Neonatology E-Book” by Janet M. Rennie
from Rennie & Roberton’s Textbook of Neonatology E-Book
by Janet M. Rennie
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Women with idiopathic epilepsy who are seizure-free for 2 years or more and have a normal electroencephalogram should be offered a trial period free of the antiepileptic medication before attempting pregnancy.

“Family Medicine: Principles and Practice” by A.K. David, S.A. Fields, D.M. Phillips, J.E. Scherger, Robert Taylor
from Family Medicine: Principles and Practice
by A.K. David, S.A. Fields, et. al.
Springer New York, 2002

There are some particular issues that affect women who have epilepsy that are unique.

“Encyclopedia of Women's Health” by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
from Encyclopedia of Women’s Health
by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
Springer US, 2004

women with epilepsy thaninthe generalpopulation (prevalence rateof 13– 25% vs4–6%, respectively).

“Handbook of Epilepsy Treatment” by Simon Shorvon
from Handbook of Epilepsy Treatment
by Simon Shorvon
Wiley, 2010

Men with epilepsy (MWE) and women with epilepsy (WWE) also consider additional factors: effects of seizures, effects of antiseizure drugs (ASDs), psychological and psychiatric barriers such as self-image, anxiety, and depression.

“Understanding Epilepsy: A Study Guide for the Boards” by Vibhangini S. Wasade, Marianna V. Spanaki
from Understanding Epilepsy: A Study Guide for the Boards
by Vibhangini S. Wasade, Marianna V. Spanaki
Cambridge University Press, 2019

Pure catamenial epilepsy affects 10% of all women with epilepsy.

“Comprehensive Gynecology” by Gretchen M. Lentz, David M. Gershenson
from Comprehensive Gynecology
by Gretchen M. Lentz, David M. Gershenson
Elsevier Mosby, 2012

Estimates of prevalence among women with epilepsy range from 12.5% to 78%.

“The Little Black Book of Neurology E-Book” by Osama O. Zaidat, Alan J. Lerner, J.Douglas Miles
from The Little Black Book of Neurology E-Book
by Osama O. Zaidat, Alan J. Lerner, J.Douglas Miles
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

There are issues around epilepsy and its treatment that are specific to women.

“Learning Disabilities E-Book: Towards Inclusion” by Helen Atherton, Debbie Crickmore, Jonathan Evans, Eamon Shanley
from Learning Disabilities E-Book: Towards Inclusion
by Helen Atherton, Debbie Crickmore, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

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  • Awe that’s so sad, I will be praying for you girl. I lost my best friend in 2017 to a grand mal seizure. It’s scary too have to go through that. Your mom is amazing too be there for you and making sure you will be okay, she is a Angel. Much love to you both

  • Natural herbs have cured so many illness that drugs and injection can’t cure. I’ve seen the great importance of natural herbs and the wonderful work they have done in people’s lives. i read people’s testimonies online on how they were cured of herpes, hiv, diabetics etc by Dr. joseph herbal medicine, so i decided to contact the doctor because I know nature herbs has the power to heal anything. I was suffering from epilespsy since i was born but Dr. joseph cured me with his herbs and i referred my aunt and her hubsand to him immediately because they were both suffering from herpes but to God be the glory, they were cured too.I know is hard to believe but am a living testimony. There is no harm trying herbs. Contact Dr. joseph on: [email protected] gmail.com

  • And what about sitting with one hand massaging her neck and with the other holding her hands or stroking her and not watching and filming her daughter when she suffers!!!! Terrible mom!!!!

  • prayers father jesus someone can discover medical treatment and this kind of illness be curable and all suffering of this illness to be healed Amen we all believe jesus name Amen ��❤☝️��

  • my neighbor has these seizures and he is 39 years old and he lives alone..he was telling me how he has them but I didn’t understand now I realy feel he gets better soon and Ange as well Godbless all people who suffer like this..breaks my heart..Godbless!

  • hi my name is Michel from Brazil. i am nutricionist here and know this disturb, i would like to say that she need a specific diet to stop this seizure.
    she can’t eat nothing sweet like suggar or any candies, this is the first step, because there are so many people that have specific diet here and don t have anymore seizure.
    suplementations natural is very important.
    if you read this i can help you with my all knowledge.

  • Eu não seu de que país é essa moça más eu Pesso pra Deus te misericórdia dela de sua mãe e toda seus familiares ela está sofrendo e sua mãe mais ainda

  • When listing the types of seizures, there was at least one type that was left out simple complex seizures. A friend of mine had simple complex seizures until his death in 2007 due to having a seizure under water thus drowning.