Any seizure in a child, especially an unexpected one, is going to be terrifying for parents and caregivers. It’s scary, first, because it’s actually scary to watch — a child’s body stiffens and twitches, they lose consciousness and may urinate, defecate, or vomit. It is also scary because you worry about what it means. Does…

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