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    Viral or Parasitic infections causing Seizures
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    acunar posted:
    Has there been any cases of Viral or parasitic infections causing seizures and if so what has been the symptoms prior to the Seizures
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    dancer86442 responded:
    Acunar,

    Clik on: Weblinks for Epilepsy, under Popular Discussions! Scroll down till you see the Center for Disease Control Link. Use the Search on their page w/ these words: 'Viral or parasitic infection & Seizures' I Noted Several related Links w/ Info are available. Hope this Helped. HUGS!

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