thx 4 replying, the information pertained is very helpful indeed. we are a new couple, she lives at home, has an agency that supports her development, cooking, basic ed and jewellery making. she has mild short seizures with partial rigidity. comes good quite quickly. although when stressed her carers advise me that she can have multiple seizures, amounting into a petit mal, to the accassional grand mal. will ask her main carer about the stroke a bit more, and if i may, i will get back to you. me, still learning, thanx 4 your courage in posting and i wish you well.
blessings 2 u.
thank you kindly, jamiee
dear mcgoo & community
she started having seizures from the age of three. the continous seizures definately played a role with her stroke. i am not new to epilepsy, a housemate passed away on my couch 8 years ago of a grand mal withdrawal seizure, my now adult brother suffered from gms, albeit he ticked a lot before having one, stress pushed his on, and a cousin at the age of 20 passed away from a gms a few years ago also.