My Mother had some seizure activity recently. She had one last year. Is this common with demented patients? - AgingCare.com

My Mother had some seizure activity recently. She had one last year. Is this common with demented patients?

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there are no other health issues besides the dementia. oh, she is bedridden. does not have conversation, only a word or so on occasion . After these episodes she seem to be more alert and a little more talkative for several weeks. do you think it would help to admit her to the hospital for testing. she is now back to what is her norm.

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Is you mom taking Namenda? One of the possible side effects is seizures.
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Did she initially see a neurologist? If so, I would call them for advice.
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Seizures aren't common in people with dementia. Has she been checked out by a Dr.?
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