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In 2014 the couple married, but Cobain's alleged drug use only intensified over the years, leading up to a grand mal seizure later that year that nearly killed Cobain at the couple's home while Silva was there with his young daughter, Arlo.
After mixing both, Brian said Sadie’s grand mal seizures with violent muscle contractions were reduced from 20 minutes to 10 minutes.
Each layer of this unusual family's history arrives via flickers of memory, and not all the layers are primly opaque: Rachel begins experiencing epilepsy's grand mal seizures.
Kayleigh McCagg, winner of the Rensselaer district competition in New York, vividly remembers the day 11 years ago when her twin brother suffered a grand mal seizure.
And there are heartrending stories, like Samina Ali’s beautifully wrought Labor of Love, which recounts her arduous journey to learn to walk and write again after suffering a grand mal seizure and brain damage while giving birth to her son.
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medical Definition of grand mal
- She estimates having had about 25 grand mals and 100 smaller-scale seizures since.
- —Cicero A. Estrella, San Francisco Chronicle, 21 Dec. 2001
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