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What are common signs for a seizure?

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In brief: Altered consciousnes

A seizure may be associated with a loss of conscious awareness in part or fully.
There may be an initial aura such as fear, deja vu, or focal tingling. One might experience transient immobilization or a full blown convulsion. Not unique to experience post-ictal period of confusion and disorientation. Tongue biting and incontinence varies.

In brief: Altered consciousnes

A seizure may be associated with a loss of conscious awareness in part or fully.
There may be an initial aura such as fear, deja vu, or focal tingling. One might experience transient immobilization or a full blown convulsion. Not unique to experience post-ictal period of confusion and disorientation. Tongue biting and incontinence varies.
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