Seizure or Benign sleep myoclonous? this started when my baby is 3 days old... is this seizure or sleep myoclonous? please help
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Benign Neonatal Sleep Myoclonus Hi everyone this syndrome- benign neonatal sleep myoclonus is some times mistaken for epileptic seizures or neurological seizures .But it this syndrome only happens when your child is sleeping and yes it is very disturbing to watch. So if your baby does this PLEASE do not let the doctors poke and do unnecessary testing ask them about this syndrome first and don't let doctors give them unnecessary medication to treat this syndrome because it will get worse and can possible hurt your child. PLEASE WATCH THIS VIDEO
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Benign Paraoxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) at the National Dizzy and Balance Center Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is one of the most common causes of dizziness and one of the easiest to diagnose and treat. It has been estimated that at least 20% of patients who complain to their physician about vertigo problems have BPPV. The symptoms of BPPV include dizziness or vertigo, light-headedness, imbalance, and nausea. Activities which bring on symptoms will vary among persons, but symptoms are almost always evoked by a sudden change in head position. Getting out of bed, or rolling over in bed are common evoking motions that can trigger a vertigo episode. By definition, paroxysmal means a sudden attack or recurrence. So, its common for someone who has BPPV to experience an intermittent pattern of vertigo attacks. BPPV may be present for a few weeks, then stop, then come back again. The vertigo episode usually lasts no more than one minute. In general, vertigo episodes and nystagmus tend to lessen in severity with each repetition of the evoking movement.
Dermatology of Seattle presents: Your guide to Benign Skin Growths Dr Elie Levy, FAAD, FASMS of Dermatology of Seattle guides you through common skin conditions regarding Benign Skin Growths and the most up to date and advanced treatments. Contains: Dermatofibroma, Seborrheic Keratosis, Intradermal Nevus, Acrochordons (Skin Tags), Syringomas, Epidermal Cyst, Lipoma, Keloid,
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) or Enlarged Prostate Causes and Treatment Dr. Ryan Barnes from Virginia Urology in Richmond, Virginia talks about BPH, its symptoms, what causes it and how it is treated. Enlarged prostate or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) affects over 17 million men in the US
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The Benign Violation Theory of Humor Leeds Assistant Professor Peter McGraw and Ph.D. candidate Caleb Warren have crafted a theory of humor, which they call the Benign Violation Theory of Humor. The Benign Violation theory builds on work by Tom Veatch and integrates existing humor theories to propose that humor occurs when and only when three conditions are satisfied: (1) a situation is violation, (2) the situation is benign, and (3) both perceptions occur simultaneously. A violation occurs when a situation threatens the way that you believe the world "ought" to be. Simply put, something seems wrong. Violations take many forms, ranging from tickling and playfighting to the violations of linguistical norms, conventions, and rules that take place in puns. There are also many ways to make a violation benign. McGraw and Warren have tested three: 1) A violation can seem benign because of a lack of commitment to the violated norm, such as when people who are not religious laugh when a church gives away a Hummer SUV; 2) A violation can seem benign because of distance from the violation, such as when it occurs to someone else, happened long ago, or doesn't seem real; and 3) A violation can seem benign because of an alternative interpretation, as occurs in the case of playfighting and tickling. The benign violation theory suggests that primates often laugh when playfighting and tickling because both are mock attacks --- laughter signals a threatening situation is okay. The paper was published in the August 2010 ...
Benign Neonatal Sleep Myoclonus UPDATE: Thanks to all the people who saw this and pointed us in the right direction. We ended up taking her to the children's hospital in Pittsburgh where a team of pediatricians and pediatric neurologist looked at her for a couple days. They came to the diagnoses of Benign Neonatal Sleep Myoclonus. What this is, is shaking ONLY during sleep. The shaking does not stop when you try to hold your child but if you wake them up it should stop abruptly. But the only way to diagnose this is to completely rule out any other factor AND to make sure that there is no seizure activity in the brain when it is happening. Here is the thing about this ... It's very important to have the testing to rule out seizures. It might be boring/traumatic and take a couple days but it is very important. If you think your newborn is doing this, take them to a children's hospital that has a Pediatric Neurologist. Go straight through the ER and tell them you need to make sure your child is not having seizures, otherwise you will have to wait 2 months to get an appointment. They will most likely get blood, urine, and spinal fluid samples to send for cultures that will rule out any bacterial or viral causes. They will also run tests on the samples to rule out metabolic factors. However the test you need is a 24-48 hour Video EEG. The key here is your child needs to have an episode while on the EEG to rule out the possibility of seizures. Feel free to comment if you have questions about this.
BPH...Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. What it is, and how to deal with it...from The Secrets of Eden Pastor Strawcutter explains that most men will suffer from enlarged prostate gland problems and how to deal with them.
My BPPV Problem - BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO This video is about BPPV (BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO). I lived with it for over 4 months and it was quite debilitating. I thought I had a tumor, pinched nerve or was going crazy. I hope this video provides you with the information needed to rid yourself of BPPV sooner, rather than later. I am not a doctor, and this video should not be considered medical advice. PLEAS SEE YOUR DOCTOR IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE BPPV.
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Disabled Protestor Jody McIntyre in Shameful BBC Interview Reload from HumanSayNo | Jody McIntyre | 20yr old disabled protester Jody McIntyre was disgracefully dragged from his wheelchair by four MET police officers during student protests against the two tier education system being introduced to the UK. The BBC anchorman begins by badgering the shocked victim who suffers from Cerebal Palsy, for not reporting the incident immediately, but who was he going to call, the police? Next the BBC man suggests that Mr McIntyre menaced the officers by "wheeling towards them", only to be told by Jody that he has no physical control of his chair. Jody was then asked if he threw any missiles at police, or shouted any abuse that would have provoked the police reaction. What dreadfully soul destroying words did these officers hear?? This is a shameful use of BBC interview intimidation techniques (IIT) against a victim disgusting right police brutality. Shame on the MET police and shame on the BBC. You will never smell a penny of licence fee money from me you scumbags.
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