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  3. Jul 16,  · A generalized tonic-clonic seizure, sometimes called a grand mal seizure, is a disturbance in the functioning of both sides of your brain. This disturbance is caused by electrical signals.
  4. While seizure medications can produce birth defects, severe birth defects are rare in infants of women who receive regular prenatal care and whose seizures are carefully managed. Women with epilepsy have a 90 percent or better chance of having a normal, healthy baby. Epilepsy is a chronic condition that affects people in different ways.
  5. Aug 22,  · Seizures are changes in your brain’s electrical activity. This change can cause dramatic, noticeable symptoms or even no symptoms. It’s important to seek treatment if you have seizures.
  6. Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy typically begins during adolescence. Typically, seizures begin with quick jerks of both arms. About 90% of these seizures are followed by generalized tonic-clonic seizures. Some people also have absence seizures. The seizures often occur when people awaken in the morning, especially if they are sleep-deprived.
  7. A family history of epilepsy is common. Generalized tonic-clonic seizures occur in everyone with this syndrome. They happen most often within 1 to 2 hours of waking up from sleep, which is why it is also known as epilepsy with tonic-clonic seizures on awakening.
  8. Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain. People are diagnosed with epilepsy when they have had two or more seizures. There are many types of seizures. A person with epilepsy can have more than one type of seizure. The signs of a seizure depend on the type of seizure. Sometimes it is hard to tell when a person is having a seizure.
  9. Basically, in about 40 percent of people with epilepsy the seizures cannot be controlled with two or more anti-seizure medications. So a progression of the condition, as the epileptic brain gets used to the medications; is the number one and most important situation to identify.