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Can one single person have two different types of seizures?

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In brief: Yes

Someone with a seizure disorder can have more than one type of seizure.
One can also have varying spread of a single seizure type, for example a seizure that does not become generalized but originates from the same focus. One can have partial seizures for years before one generalizes.

In brief: Yes

Someone with a seizure disorder can have more than one type of seizure.
One can also have varying spread of a single seizure type, for example a seizure that does not become generalized but originates from the same focus. One can have partial seizures for years before one generalizes.
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