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what are the side effects of seizures?

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
51 years experience Neurology
Altered consciousnes: Virtually all seizures affect alertness, focus, and compromise normal function for a brief period. Some are generalized convulsions, and may lead to injury if not controlled. Many have period of confusion after the spell. In young children, brief spells may affect school work, such as petit mal.
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