When a child is diagnosed with epilepsy, there are two ways to treat the condition.
The first is to have the child take medication, such as anti-seizure medications.
However, there’s also a third way to treat seizures, which involves treating the brain.
In this article, I will explain how to use these three methods to prevent your child from developing a brain prolapse.
What is a brain laceration?
Brain lacerations are when a part of the brain becomes injured.
Brain lacers can occur in the areas of the scalp, brain, or skull that are damaged when a child experiences seizures.
The most common cause of brain lacers is an injury to the scalp or the brain stem.
In some cases, there is also an injury of the spinal cord.
In severe cases, the brain can be cut and can be used as a tool to control a child’s movements.
What are the symptoms of a brain lesion?
In most cases, children who experience a brain injury have mild to moderate symptoms of seizures, including: lightheadedness