Thousands if not millions of children have febrile seizures. These are seizures brought on by high fevers. They are innocuous.
My oldest sister had them on a regular basis.
I, on the otherhand, had non-febrile seizures, meaning, I had convulsive seizures NOT brought on by a fever. It started when I was five months old. I was put on phenobarbatol until I was two.
I was "cured" until forty years later when I had a tonic-clonic seizure.
I was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy three years ago and currently take 3,000 mgs. of Keppra and 400 mgs Zongegram daily for seizure control...until I get brave enough to have brain surgery.
But...to answer your question, for some people, YES! Seizures go away for some folx. My oldest sister has no problems with them. Just migraines. And irritating twin teenagers.