After your child has a seizure, try to answer the following questions.
Did the seizure occur at night or when the child was asleep, falling asleep, or upon awakening?
Was the child taking medication (prescription or over-the-counter) or herbs before the seizure?
Did the child have facial or arm/leg twitching before the seizure?
Does the child always cry before a seizure?
Are there any seizure triggers? (examples, strong emotions, intense exercise, certain sounds or music, and flashing lights)
Do one or both arms or legs move during the seizure, and if so, which side?
Were the child's eyes and mouth open or closed during the seizure?
Could the child respond to your voice? To being pinched?
Did the child's color change (eg, pale or blue) during the seizure?
How long did the episode last?
How did the child behave after the seizure? Did he or she recover immediately, or was there confusion or sleepiness? Did the child speak normally? Was the child able to move normally after the seizure? Did the child have any difficulty moving the arms or legs on one or both sides?
Did the child remember having the seizure or the events that occurred during it?
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