My husband had a headache for 1 1/2 days(there is no history of headaches) on the start of the 2nd day the headache was massive and he was takling incoherently. Was taken to ER where a CT scan and a spinal tap were done-both were negative. His condition worsened throughout the day to the point he did not know his name and could not communicate-was in a daze. Neurologists administered a MRI,EEG,chest xray,ultrasound on legs(possible clots)numerous blood tests. All vitals were normal-
We were released and told a stroke was ruled out as well as encephalitis,menengitis,tumor,and several other things. We were told it may be seizures, though not sure what kind, or it could be a migraine. There are still extensve blood tests pending, He will see the neurologist again 2/2/07. There is no explanation for what happened nor can we know if this will happen again. We were at a very reputable hospital -University of Alabama in Birmingham, Alabama. Have you heard of these symptoms together & any idea what may have caused the condition
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