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Can you be conscious during a grand mal seizure?

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In brief: Not likely

Grand mal or generalized tonic clonic seizures are episodes when folks "lose consciousness" followed by generalized body stiffening (tonic phase).

In brief: Not likely

Grand mal or generalized tonic clonic seizures are episodes when folks "lose consciousness" followed by generalized body stiffening (tonic phase).
Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
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In brief: By definition, no:

If there is no loss of consciousness, it is called a partial seizure rather than a "generalized tonic-clonic" - or grand mal.

In brief: By definition, no:

If there is no loss of consciousness, it is called a partial seizure rather than a "generalized tonic-clonic" - or grand mal.
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