He was born with a double knot in his umbilical cord the Dr.'s took pictures and told me how uncommon this was, and were amazed he was born alive. I obviously was thankful to God for my son's miraculous entry into our world. He was almost 1 when he had his first crying induced seizure; blacking out, turning blue, completely stiff and eyes rolled back in his head, I was worried so I took him to the his Dr. and showed him that even me leaving the room would cause him to be so upset that he would seize, he told me that since the seizures are self induced that it wasn’t anything to be worried about, and he would grow out of it eventually. Well over the years the frequency has died down but he still has them and recently it seems they may be picking back up. I know that my husband’s family has some epilepsy history but the doctor says that doesn't mean anything. There is a little more history to this, my 2 daughters born before my son had several small seizures and while they were only 3-6 months old, nothing too severe just some eye rolling and slight stiffening. The second daughter had an MRI done with no findings. All of this happened with the same Dr. and I am timid to bring up the increase of seizures thinking he may just dismiss it altogether.
I am looking to find out if anyone else has experienced these types of seizures or heard of them.
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