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Can you get seizures after vaping? | August 3, 2022

Reports of people who have seizures after vaping have raised serious questions about the safety of electronic cigarettes, which have grown in popularity in recent years.

Currently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is conducting an investigation after receiving 35 adverse event reports involving e-cigarette users who have experienced seizures after vaping, using products such as JUUL, a popular brand among teens and young adults.

To find out more, click on: https://epilepsyu.com/can-you-get-seizures-after-vaping/


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  1. This may be a stupid question but WHY would anyone gamble & have a greater chance or to even have a weaker brain chemistry, from vaping or whatever, that may make the ASD’s not work as well, to where they may be like taking ice cubes for drugs & then have more seizures for life ? Sure it was a long question, but the answer should be a short one,, HELL NO did I ever want more seizures from anything. So I never tried drinking alcohol or smoked anything. ASD’s are bad enough ti live with.

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    Comment by James D — August 3, 2022 @ 9:02 PM

  2. I sure do agree. When friends were partying in the 60s with recreational drugs, I took a pass. I had enough drugs in me and there was nothing “recreational” about them!

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    Comment by Phylis Feiner Johnson — August 3, 2022 @ 10:26 PM


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