ocular compression

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athomas989
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ocular compression

Post by athomas989 » Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:27 am

Hi all!
Apollo had a very rough night - we havent had a night like this is awhile - but as we know there are many more good days then bad.
I have read on here a few times before about the ocular compression...can someone please explain this to me? Exactly how you do it as well? While he was having one of his seizures I did apply pressure to the side of his eye sockets (I guess about there) thinking that was where I should but I want to know exactly how to do it for the next time.
Thank you for all your help.
Apollo-4 year old Boxer
1st seizure: April 2012
Last seizure: 2/13/16
Pheno-64.8mg 2 pills BID
Zonisamide-100mg 2 capsules BID
Potassuim Bromide-250 mg 4 cc once daily
Keppra-750mg TID
Clorazepate/Rectal Valium-as needed when a seizure occurs

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