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Old 12-08-2015, 07:21 PM   #1
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Default TBI and seizures

My husband obtained a TBI a year ago and just this past week has collapsed getting out of bed.
Doctor thinks from the symptoms that he had a seizure. Is this common?

Also would like to hear from TBI sufferers if they think counseling helps them and if they think marriage counseling helps as well for them and the caregiver.
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Hello falldc,

I'm sorry to hear what has happened for your husband and his seizure. I don't know that it is "common" but it certainly can occur. In fact, there
have been posts from a few members in the past on the TBI/PCS forum who began to experience seizures after head injury.

You'd be best to ask on the

Traumatic Brain Injury & Post Concussion Syndrome Forum

You could also do a forum search there using the Search feature if you want. Choose "advanced search" function and choose the TBI/PCS forum.



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