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Old 08-29-2012, 09:20 AM   #1
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Question about Possible seizures

For years now my son who is 4 has been throwing up in a cluster type way. they would happen for a few days ina row then stop for a period of time. hes been treated then cleared of reflux, allergies, intollerances etc. However as he has gotten older and very recently I've noticed that the same thing occurs before and after each time he gets sick. Several minutes before he will slow down, and rub his eyes, he will satrt to lay down and not move around much. Then he will get sick. afterwards his speech is affected, he moves slower and he has little to no strength. Just before getting sick he also breaks into a large blotchy reash that goes away just after he gets sick. His Dr said next time it happens she wants to see him right away, thinking that it could be a possible episode of a seizure.

Does this sound possible? I know there are many different types of seazures but I gues I havent noticed anything out of the ordinary, maybe some stareing spells and at one poiint his teacher made a observation that he shivered out of no where when the temp in the room wasnt too cold. she called to say it worried her.

Does it sound like this could be a posible seizure activitey?

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