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Involuntary movements in an infant - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i have 8 months old baby
Doctor :   ok
User :   and she was shaking i happend two times and it was only a 2 seconds
Doctor :   any fever she had
User :   she is normal right now
User :   no she was sleeping she waked up and shaked
Doctor :   any frothing from mouth
User :   and than i gave her zantac after taht she sked
User :   no
User :   no crying , nothing
Doctor :   does it involved whole body
User :   yes head the toe
User :   but only 2 seconds
Doctor :   i suggest you to see a pediatrician to have complately checked
User :   is something important
Doctor :   it coul be some involuntary movements
Doctor :   i suugest you to have checked with pediatrician to rule out seizures
User :   ok thank you
Doctor :   Welcome
User :   i will call her
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   fine
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