My 6 yr old daughter has started experiencing blackouts, but does not have many of the symptoms other people have posted about.
She says she doesn't feel them coming, and suddently all she sees is black, no light or shadows at all. Then after 10-15 seconds, she slowly starts to see light again, and it starts out blurry and then after about 30 seconds of that, she can see normal again. It doesn't affect her hearing, body movement, or other senses. She has mild headaches, but very rarely, and don't seem to be specific to the time of her episodes.
We have a dr appt scheduled for next week, but I was wondering if anybody has experienced this before?
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