they done 2 cat scans, mri , and an eeg and they all came back normal
There are so many types of seizures. Can you describe the type of seizure your son appears to be having? How often? How old is he? What are the doctors attributing his episodes too. Have they observed one? Sounds like more observation is needed. You have a right to be concerned but there are other things that may be causing his problem so please don't panic. Doctors can have him admitted into a videoed observation hospital room to observe if they feel there is merit in doing so. Remember you are your son's best advocate so document times, durations and what happened during each episode and what he was doing just prior to it. Even try to note if anything seems triggered by certain activity (flashing lights etc) or food. Lots of work but this will be very helpful to a medical team. Best wishes
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