From Rhode Island, USA:
My 20 year old daughter (diagnosed 9 years ago with Type 1) had a severe hypoglycemic reaction at a friend's house two days ago. She had a seizure and her friend called the emergency phone number. She was treated with glucose, fed her lunch and released. Two days later, she still has a severe headache, has muscle soreness and is very tired. How long can she expect to feel these symptoms after a seizure? Do anti-seizure medications help in diabetes-related seizures?
I am uncomfortable with attributing your daughter's continuing headache and other symptoms to an insulin reaction two days ago. If you haven't already arranged to do so, she should be seen by a physician for further evaluation.
Anti-seizure medications are not used to treat hypoglycemic seizures. However, sometimes anti-seizure medications are used to help control chronic painful diabetic neuropathy.
Original posting 17 Aug 97
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:08:54
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