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Dr. Bob, Neurologist (MD)
Category: Neurology
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Experience:  Neurology & Int Medicine (US Trained): 20 yrs experience
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over an hour ago I had a seizure, I have never had one of

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Hi over an hour ago I had a seizure, I have never had one of these before in my life,my partner was terrified he thought he was loosing me, eyes rolling, saliva coming from my mouth, lying pure ridget and shaking, after I've come round after 10 minutes my partner carried me to bed which I have no recollection of how he even took me there I never even new where I had the seizure ? But for days now my memory has been really bad I'm only 27 and I'm not talking small things here I'm really acting as if I had dementia, however I'm now up laying in bed I don't no what steps to take next, my body feels really heavy my partners having to lift me to a sitting up position but from after the seizure I've been having jerky movements all over at least every 5 mins my vision is impaired it's like I'm seeing 3D objects.
Any information or help on what's happening what to do is this normal ect would be of great help as I have no background of seizures no knowledge and after affects.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  Dr. Bob replied 2 years ago.
Dr. Bob :

A first time seizure of this sort is considered an urgent situation and requires prompt medical evaluation and testing. You might also need immediate treatment to stabilize you clinically and prevent further seizure activity.

Dr. Bob :

I would suggest your partner take you to a nearby clinic or ER to be evaluated.