My 14 year old has started, out of the blue, suffering from mild seizures. She feels extremely hot and then has a mild seizure. A blood nose preceded her first seizure but since then she has not had a bleeding nose prior to the seizures, just a feeling of being very tired and then getting very hot. She was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue about a year ago. She is extremely lethargic and has not been able to attend school since October last year as the seizures are very frequent and she is always extremely tired. She does not lose consciousness and sometimes seems to gasp for air. Please help. We have been to numerous doctors and hosptials and specialists and no one can seem to help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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