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Topic: Veterans with seizures

Created By: phylisfjohnson | 11/2011 | 0 Comments
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Created By: Elias1978 | 11/2011 | 3 Comments

Hey I am new here and I have a question.

I am a recently Medically Retired Veteran of the U.S Army....I was diagnosed with epilepsy after suffering a head injury due to a roadside bomb (...

Created By: croesus | 08/2011 | 3 Comments
I had late (45) onset tonic-clonic seizures, now controlled for years by Tegretol. Now I get fairly regular (weekly) simple partial seizures, always around the same time (1815 hrs) and always...
Created By: phylisfjohnson | 06/2011 | 0 Comments

According to the June 1st issue of the New York Times:

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Created By: iforgot | 03/2011 | 0 Comments
If your new to Epilepsy be careful about the treatment you get & who your getting it from. Show this document to your doctors if you can understand it after reading here's the link http://www....
Created By: selffamily | 12/2010 | 2 Comments
We need help.
Created By: jimamily | 11/2010 | 0 Comments
Help veterans and all those who have served our country so well find jobs today! Please spread the word. Take 2 minutes and click on our page and use the "Suggest to Friends" button on the left to...
Created By: phylisfjohnson | 07/2010 | 0 Comments
The high numbers of soldiers who have suffered traumatic brain injuries associated with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan face an array of health challenges, including post-traumatic stress disorder (...
Created By: phylisfjohnson | 04/2010 | 0 Comments

"Only a fraction of wounded veterans who could get better benefits have applied in the two years since Congress, acting on concerns the military was cutting costs by downplaying injuries, ordered...

Created By: bluebaker34 | 03/2010 | 7 Comments

Hello, I am active duty Navy currently and experienced my first grand mal seizure in Sept. 2009. I am been on Limited Duty since then, and will be getting Med Boarded as soon as the results of my...

Created By: ghostg | 01/2010 | 5 Comments

I started having seizures in 2005. 2 years after a blow to the head in a Humvee accident out of country (so the records are pretty spotty).  It started with grand mals, which I have very little...

Created By: phylisfjohnson | 09/2009 | 1 Comment

 

Madison Wiscon's Veterans Hospital has been named a hub of a regional center of excellence for epilepsy diagnosis and care. Just 15 of the country's 153 VA hospitals are included in...

Created By: KyleBarley | 09/2009 | 6 Comments

Hi, I'm an E-4, Sonar Tech Submarines in the USN right now and I'm in the middle of my IPEB process. I've had 34 grand mal seizures, plus I have eye witnesses from my girlfriend and brother plus...

Created By: William Whitney | 07/2009 | 2 Comments

ok this is my ? iam in the millitary and ive been in for five years. I never had a e before that . ive only had 3 in the last 4 years. right now iam on dilatin. does anyone know if maybe somthing...

Created By: sifon187 | 07/2008 | 7 Comments

Well I have been a member on this forum for a few months now. I have not been offically diagnosed with E yet, but now have had a second Major Seizure. I am a Active Duty E-4 (Cpl) in the Marine...

Created By: xgi | 05/2008 | 18 Comments
Hi  xgi here from michigan. I'm retired AF E6. I see we got a place for vets with epilepsy. I've had epilepsy for 20 years now after I was injured on active duty. Does anyone use VA nerou care?? ...

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