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Seizure or something like it? Hereditary? My father started feeling very faint and nauseous and started sweating. Then he started convulsing. Mild convulsing. He wasn't responsive for 4 minutes or so but his eyes were open but he didn't blink. His mouth w

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Dr. Samir Peshimam
22 years experience in Critical Care
To : To find out if it truly is a siezure which i sound like, he needs to have a 24hr eeg monitored and look at my neurologist. He also need to have imaging of his head to rule out other causes. And siezures disorder and can and are commonly hereditary.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016

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