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What are the symptoms of a man with seizures?

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Dr. William Goldie
Pediatrics - Neurology
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Episodic events of the brain can be in any of many forms.
They can be motor - generalized and localized, sensory - tingling or numbness or auditory or visual illusions, gastric - episodic nausea or vomiting or rising sensation, emotional - fear, laughter, excitement. If you experience these often you must discuss with your doctor and consider neurology consultation.

In brief: Ask your doctor

Episodic events of the brain can be in any of many forms.
They can be motor - generalized and localized, sensory - tingling or numbness or auditory or visual illusions, gastric - episodic nausea or vomiting or rising sensation, emotional - fear, laughter, excitement. If you experience these often you must discuss with your doctor and consider neurology consultation.
Dr. William Goldie
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