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    Question about redness
    sharid814 posted:
    My husband has recently been diagnosed with petit mal seizures. Don't know if it is a coincidence, but it seems that he has some strange redness over large parts of his body, seemingly in response of any sort of adrenaline, ideas? This is his second episode of redness, the first was over the summer, when he thought he got hit in the face with something...
    dancer86442 responded:
    Hello sharid,

    Was he on any seizure meds B4 the First episode of 'redness'? Yes or No, please start keeping a Daily journal ( More Info under Tips) A Pattern may develop as to why the Redness occurs. Plus, you will note patterns for triggers of any seizure activity.

    If you have any other questions or concerns please let us know. Please, Keep on Learning! Education about Epilepsy & all it's Aspects is Power & will help you & hubby be your own Best Advocate!

    Love Candi

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