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    seizure question
    reetdom posted:
    Can going 1200 feet below ground cause a seizure?
    hula_dancer73 responded:
    I donot think that anyone on here knows that answer but I am not sure.

    That is one for your neurologist. He/She may know an answer to that or at least try to get one.

    I do know that you can develop swimmers disease. where thsy bring you up TOO fast and then you have to be put in a hyperberic chamber for hrs to bing dow the pressure that you were in. Maybe that can casue szs, don't know. anyhting is ppossible.

    BlazingTiger responded:
    I have do some research on this but didn't really list anything like this. Best bet would be to talk to a Dr. about this. It has been my experience that changes in environment can cause them to happen. Although I am no expert. It may but they again it may not.


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