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Change in speed of breath. Having changes in body for a couple of minutes unknowingly. What could it be?

Hi sir sometimes my breath speed changes and there is different feelings occurs in whole body and I do not know what happened to me for about 2 minutes then everything becames fine but i do not know what happened to friends says you were rotating around car or standing still or your face expression changes but i do not remember anything it was like nothing happened please let me know wat happened to me
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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The symptoms mentioned by you could suggest a complex partial seizure.
You may consult a neurologist with eyewitnesses who have witnessed these episodes. He may suggest EEG and other tests for diagnosis and then prescribe a medication. It is a treatable condition.
Did you have seizures as a child? Especially when you had fever in your childhood? Does anyone in your family have epilepsy? Your parents may be able to give you this history.
Answered: Fri, 5 Jul 2013
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