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Had a minor blackout but no convulsion. Epilepsy ?

I am 40 years of age , had a minor blackout (senselessness) for about ten(10) seconds at around 1A.M. inside toilet two years back but no convulsion. After two years that same thing happened at 2a.m. ...

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Seizures: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

There may be a family history of epilepsy or seizures. ... is not breathing or has no pulse. If a baby or child has a seizure during ... person has had a seizure;
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Events Which Are Not Seizures | Epilepsy Action Australia

They usually occur after the child has become ... A febrile convulsion is a fit or seizure that ... for investigation of poorly controlled seizures have had non ...
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seizure symptoms blackouts - MedHelp

Seizure symptoms blackouts. ... whole life that causes me to blackout. Doctors diagnosed it as seizure but after years of test and a better ... have had a seizure?
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Blackouts/Attacks -

Dissociative (Non-Epileptic) Attacks ... or attacks when they simply ’blackout’ often for ... epileptic seizure. The young man had a 30 minute ...
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Epileptic seizure - Wikipedia

About 50% of patients with an unprovoked apparent "first seizure" have had other minor seizures, ... but only a third of people who have had a seizure have such a bite.
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Blackouts (memory time loss) and Seizures (uncontrollable ...

WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms Blackouts (memory time loss) and Seizures (uncontrollable jerking of ...
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What Happens During A Seizure? | Epilepsy Foundation

How you can help people living with epilepsy and seizures ... some people may not be aware of the beginning and therefore have no warning. ... Convulsion (person ...
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Signs and Symptoms of Seizures - AboutKidsHealth

Signs and Symptoms of Seizures Print ... should always be evaluated by a doctor immediately. Record as much as you can remember about your child’s seizure, ...
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