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View Poll Results: Has a cause been identified for your seizures? (Choose all that apply)
No. It's a big mystery. 82 35.65%
Maybe. We have some suspicions, but it's hard to know. 76 33.04%
Yes. There was an event, injury, or an illness/physical cause that caused my seizures. 57 24.78%
It's a confusing topic - I may have more than one cause, some we know, some we don't.. 31 13.48%
I don't care what the cause is, so don't ask me. 2 0.87%
I care what the cause is. I want to know. 51 22.17%
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Old 04-17-2019, 05:33 PM
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I was told by one Dr. that the cause doesn't matter because the MRI showed no tumor, that's what matters. Another Dr. said they are caused by a calcification that he clearly sees (as do I ) on the CT, but that doesn't quite add up since my seizures have been traced back more than 10 years ago, and the CT back then was normal.
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