Do infantile seizures cause screaming?
I have never heard of someone screaming because of a seizure, how ever your body locks up and can cause painful cramps, during the seizure you are not breathing or you have very shot breath causing a suffocating feeling. Because you are now unaware of your surroundings you may react scared or that may also cause screaming.
Epilepsy is defined as being the tendency to have seizures. The idea of the medication is to reduce or stop the seizures happening. While on medication you may still have seizures, but the medication does not cause them. It is like asking if having a bandage on a cut will cause you to bleed. You can bleed when you are wearing a bandage, but it is not the bandage that causes the bleeding. So the…
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Heavy use of alcohol is more likely to cause unconsciousness, although a person with a history of seizures may find them triggered by drinking. Sudden cessation of drinking by a person addicted to alcohol or benzodiazepines can, and often does, cause seizures and other medical problems that can be life-threatening.