1. V

    New Member: Hi all! :)

    Hello there I'm new to CWE. I'm an adult who has just recently starting having seizures again. It's been about 7 years since the last time I had any seizure activity, even without Rx. I'm post-traumatic epileptic, the result of head injury sustained in a car accident back in 1989. The first 2...
  2. C0nn0rCh0sen

    Epilepsy AND diabetes?

    Hi everyone. I haven't been on here for a long time. In summer last year i was diagnosed with diabetes. Alongside all of my epilepsy treatment and medication, i have been really struggling. Like one illness doesnt make you feel isolated enough already. I was just wondering if there is anyone...
  3. Bernard

    Caveman Blogger Fights for Free Speech and Internet Freedom

  4. Bernard

    [Research] Gut bacteria controls diabetes

    More: http://science.slashdot.org/story/12/01/10/1649204/gut-bacteria-can-control-diabetes Source study: http://www.plosbiology.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pbio.1001212
  5. DayDreamer

    Epilepsy and Diabetes type 1

    I have been confused and asking many questions for the past decade trying to control hypoglycemia after my diabetes diagnosis. My hemoglobin always comes back as a beautiful number at my quarterly endocrinology visits, but that is due to it averaging. I want my brain to be functional in twenty...
  6. RobinN

    [News] Ketogenic Diet found helpful in reversing impaired kidney function

    I found this article to be quite interesting. Once again, the connection between nutrition, neurological and blood sugar disorders is being found to have positive results.
  7. violetopia

    Newly diagnosed TLE, having cognitive troubles

    Hello from the Sonoran Desert, USA... It's wonderful to find this forum. I was diagnosed with left temporal lobe seizures 4 weeks ago. The cause is believed to be a mild stroke a month before that, but that's just a theory as the MRI & MRA didn't show specific damage. Right now I'm on Depakote...
  8. P

    Epilepsy Related Conditions

    In chronic conditions, such as epilepsy, the coexistence of more than one illness in a patient is the rule rather than the exception… Men and women with epilepsy have a two-to five-fold increase in the occurrence of conditions, such as migraine, cerebrovascular and cardiovascular disorders...
  9. Bernard

    Metformine - diabetes drug for epilepsy acts like ketogenic diet?

    I thought this was interesting (and confirms my observation about the 3 seizure control diets - they all limit simple sugars): Diabetes Drug May Hold Potential As Treatment For Epilepsy, Using Same Mechanism As Ketogenic Diet
  10. Bernard

    Epilepsy linked with Type 1 diabetes risk

    Emphasis is mine: Epilepsy linked with type 1 diabetes risk Another indication that blood sugar may play a role in seizures/epilepsy. Stacy, are you listening :?: