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Old 12-31-2018, 10:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Wanderlust90 View Post
Is there such thing as a "mild" tonic clonic seizure?

To answer your question - it actually depends on the Medical Personnel... one might view it "Chronic", another might imply "Moderate" and the Charge Nurse says "Mild".... It is a catch 22. Yes you can have the tonic without the clonic and clonic without the tonic - heck you can even have tonic clonic tonic and a clonic tonic clonic... Either way, the brain isn't listening. It's the Physician's and Medical Personnel's way of describing what they've seen. Keep in mind: Some are more experienced and seen such medical while to another it's an isolated event that happens once in a blue moon.

I wouldn't rely too much on what "they say" and rely on yor OWN treating Physician to make that determination.

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