As Kaismama has said, there are many drugs that could do this but sometimes seizures just occur. Some people are just prone to them or something may have happened to set them off. Seizures are always a reason for more medical testing to determine the cause. It is possible to just have the onset of seizure activity out of the blue but they also need to test to be sure there is not an organic cause. Fever can cause seizures in some people. Brain tumors can cause seizures in some people (not to scare you, as this is rare but just want to stress that it is important that you get follow up care like an MRI and EEG.) There is always memory loss associated with seizures. Most people who have them do not recall the few moments before, during and after the seizure. The brain can be involved in seizure activity long before convulsions occur so the early and late parts of the seizure may not be obvious to an onlooker.
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