The FDA has become aware that a few people using e-cigarettes have experienced migraines, with the majority of reports concerning student or young adult users.
Convulsions or seizures are known as possible health impacts of nicotine toxicity and have been listed in the scientific research about intended or involuntary swallowing of e-liquid. But a current uptick in the voluntary statements of unfavorable experiences with tobacco products which mentioned seizures occurring with e-cigarette usage (e.g., vaping) indicates a potential emerging security issue.
The FDA continues to control all unfavorable experiences reported to the agency about using e-cigarettes and encourages people to report cases of those using e-cigarettes and have had a seizure through the internet online Safety Reporting Portal,, as further explained below.
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