Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Doubt it

A seizure occurs when electrical activity within the brain jumps from its normal channels (nerve to nerve) like a short circuit.
It can be focal or generalize to the whole brain. For you to have a "seizure" so focal that you just drop things is unlikely. You may have a nervous disorder that interferes with holding on, but I can't buy the idea of a brief "seizure" doing it.

In brief: Doubt it

A seizure occurs when electrical activity within the brain jumps from its normal channels (nerve to nerve) like a short circuit.
It can be focal or generalize to the whole brain. For you to have a "seizure" so focal that you just drop things is unlikely. You may have a nervous disorder that interferes with holding on, but I can't buy the idea of a brief "seizure" doing it.
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