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Would these symptoms worry you?

(5 Posts)
MoreSnowPlease Sat 20-Dec-14 21:47:19

Ds1 is 2.5 the last few weeks he had had 2 episodes of vomiting a week apart. He was fine before and then after vomiting he sort of 'zoned out' slept for about 3 hours (unusual) and woke up as if nothing had happened.

He had been referred to specialist before for what was suspected seizures...he used to roll his eyes back in his head and you couldn't get a response for him but only for about 5-10 seconds.

He has moments where he zones out as if daydreaming and I can't get a response from him

And the last few months he keeps rubbing his forehead very briefly as if his hair is in his eyes (it's nowhere near) but that is yhe easiest way to explain it....

I have seen gp about the rolling eyes but not any of the other stuff and now I'm putting it together I wonder if I it might be worth it.

StripedCandycaneOss Sat 20-Dec-14 21:48:41

knowing his previous referral for seizures, i would be concerned, it could be nothing, but equally, it could be something.

i would get it looked into.

Imnotaslimjim Sat 20-Dec-14 21:53:02

As PP, given his history I would consider having him checked over. It could be nothing but its better to know

MoreSnowPlease Sat 20-Dec-14 21:58:05

It's the ribbing his forehead I can't work out. I can't imagine saying to the gp "he keeps rubbing his forehead" just seems so insignificant; they will think I'm mad!

IBelieveInPink Sat 20-Dec-14 22:02:33

You are worrying about it. Therefore get it checked if only to put your mind at rest. You won't stop thinking about it otherwise.

Hope all checks out okay smile

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