Hi - my husband has just had a grand mal seizure - he has had morphine . not on medication . 2nd seizure in 6 weeks. no mri.
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Allergy and Immunology 40 years experience
Neurologist input: This is the so specialist you need to see at this stage, whether an MRI is needed or not, history and physical by an expert neurologist / epileptologist is what you need, start the first step by your GP, best wishes
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Family Medicine 21 years experience
Well: Hopefully he is in the emergency room. Your doctor but find the cause of the or lemon and then can treat. So be sure you follow closely with the doctor
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See a neurologist: Obviously, if your spouse has had a seizure he should be seeking medical care, if not done so already. He should be contacting his health care provider to be seen promptly in order for further assessment. Seeing a neurologist would be helpful to better define and provide a diagnostic assessment of the potential causes of the seizures.
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