my seizures are weirdand i wonder if any one has experienced one like i have. the first one was nothing like i would have called a seizure. i felt a nerve jumpimg as i am sure we all have experience many times in our lifetime. thhen it went from that to the whole left side of my facewas doing it. i never lose conscincinessbut it is very irritating at mostnot scarybut must look very weird as it looks as if my smile is trying to reach my ear.only on left side where the stroke hitand the neuralgia pain is which is all becausethey ruptured the anni o the right side. an y way has any one had or even heard of these kind of seizures/

Hi Vicki...I am sorry I can't be of more help...I donot have seizure's luckily...Have you spoken to your neurologist about them...I hope someone here at BAF can help you out...I know many here deal with seizures...

Cyber~prayers...your way...colleen

Hi Vicki. As soon as I read your post I immediately thought of Bells Palsy. Did your doctor view your symptoms as a seizure or a stroke? Here is a brief description of it. Just a thought because my co-worker's daughter had it happen. The problem is that it could be one of so many illnesses. Let's hope it is nothing serious. Jeanne


What is Bell's palsy?

Bell's palsy is a paralysis or weakness of the muscles on one side of your face. Damage to the facial nerve that controls muscles on one side of the face causes that side of your face to droop camera. The nerve damage may also affect your sense of taste and how you make tears and saliva. This condition comes on suddenly, often overnight, and usually gets better on its own within a few weeks.

Bell's palsy is not the result of a stroke or a transient ischemic attack (TIA). While stroke and TIA can cause facial paralysis, there is no link between Bell's palsy and either of these conditions. But sudden weakness that occurs on one side of your face should be checked by a doctor right away to rule out these more serious causes.

Interesting...I had "Bell's palsy" at the age of 17...after annie coiling had some of the same symptoms of Bell's Palsy...