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    T.I.As.& seizures
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    An_242833 posted:


    can you have seizures after you had a T.I.As. the reason i asked is i had a T.I.A. last november 2nd , then november 6th wile at therpy i had a grand mul seizure two mins after that i had another seizure. is this some thing i should be conserened about.

    then while in the hospital dr did a bunch of test and then told me it was a pseduio seizure that i had, i'm so confused .. the DR never explaned it to me what the heck is a pseduio seizure .

    on the lighter note we are going to a different DR for a second opion ...
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    mrstreklady responded:
    Im not a diabetic, when i touch in the middlewhere the bumb is the front of my throat if i press on it a little bit it stars to make me gag, can some one explane to me what the different between a seizure & a pseduo seizure .
    for the second time i'm asking can u have a seizure when or after having a mini strokes?


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