Nancy, Use the Search tool up top w/ 'nph levels'. Read the First article on that page. This is a test for high blood sugars in the Morning. From what I read a Lot of things can contribute. I know it deals w/ Diabetic subject, but, high sugar levels Can trigger seizures. Diabetes or Not!
I found this out when I filed for Disability last yr.
1. If you have a child, the cut-off for filing for Them is age 19. They will not be compensated for Prior Seizures if They File after they are 19. 2. For SS, you must have a certain number of work credits. (If not enough, You Will have to have a Statement from your DRS about WHY!) 3. If married, getting your benefits for Disability will depend on Spouses Income/Insurance Status & Assets. 1 House & 1 car are Not considered Assets. Anything Over that Is. Income must be Less than $2000 a Mth.
If anyone is interested in 1 or more or the books listed, please go to your Local Library. Ask for the 'Research Librarian'. That person can help you find the book & if it is not available at your Library, may be able to locate it & 'borrow' it from another Library.
Thank You Phylis! HUGS. Your efforts are appreciated by Me!
Why did you post under Tips? HMMM? I see. Possible Mouse slip. As you saw, it's the usual. Q&A. But, at least a few are becoming regulars. I hope You have a "Great & Wonderful Holiday!" I Know I will! Keep cheking in. I'll be here.
Hello ewolfe, Please, can you post this using use the Start Discussion Tab above posts? That way you are sure to get more replies. I almost missed your post, cuz Helpful Tips ain't always included in 'Discussions'. Tips & Resources aren't for questions??? They should/need to be reserved for helpful resources. So, please try again. I will be waiting to answer you. I do hope you don't think the message is 'rude'.
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