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Seizure and memory loss
My mother suffered from seizure. She lost her memory and won't identify family members. But she does eating drinking...she is a teacher by profession...can she become normal and have normal life...is there any treatment???what is the percentage of recovery???
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After seizure people temporarily lose their memory for some hours to days. If it is longer, u will have to get MRI of brain done and see a neurologist.
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Kindly share more details about patient. Like age, illness history, medicine treatment history. These factors help with a clearer picture and prognosis.
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Hello what is the age of your mother? Are their any other medical issues with her? Is memory loss only after the seizures? The treatment needs seizure control first. Maybe a MRI brain can give a good picture of the brain. She may need some medications to help restore memory function. Maybe see a psychiatrist in person who can assess the memory loss and do the needful.
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