can morphine overdose cause seizures or stroke?

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Answered: What type of drugs are used for a person who has had a stroke with a

Deciding the type of drug used for a individual(s) with a stroke, via a blood clot on the brain may be best answered by the individual(s) M.D. Brain injuries &/or strokes vary with each person via such things as age, gender, type of stroke, etc. Check with the disabled one's M.D.

Answered: Can Lasik eye surgery cause seizures?

Not usually, but I have heard of people having ocular muscle spasms which certainly sound like they would look a little like a seizure.

Answered: What causes strokes?

Stroke is also commonly known as a brain attack. As implied by the term, a stroke is when the blood supply to the brain falls insufficient, thus causing the death of the cells. This majorly happens because of blood clot in any one of the vital blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain (Ischemic ...

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Answered: Can sound cause a seizure?

Yes, sound can cause a seizure. I have a persian cat and he has had 3 seizures caused by sound. I was shaking a can of spray paint and the sound of the clicking of the ball inside caused the seizure. The next time it was caused by my grandaughter shaking a tube of nail polish. The third time it ...
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The car suddenly started stroking - Is this ...

I've never known a car to "stroke". I can't even imagine what you're talking about.

Are their any early signs of a stroke?

Stroke occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted, or by a clot or a ruptured blood vessel. When a part of the brain, which has lost more blood to get oxygen and other nutrients it needs, it begins to die. Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the ...

Can a cerebral stroke cause blindness, deafness, or paralysis?

YES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Call 911 immediatly,

I'm trying to better understand about seizure ...

Jay, a lot of the terminology has changed. Some parts of the world do still list them by all those various names (especially overseas) but here in the states, they are often now known as either 'full' or 'partial' seizures. My daughter is all over the map. She has had full (what used to be known as ...