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Had 5 seizures, stopped breathing, fainted couple of times, lump on back of head. Reason?

hi i am seventeen years old and in Easter 2011 I had a pretty big skateboarding accident. I had about 5 sezuries and the doctors put me on life support in case i stopped breathing . Ever since then I have experienced another two sezuires and i ve fainted a couple of times too. Around about a year ago I have noticed two lumps on the back of my head they are quite painful and i was wondering what they could be and if they ave anything to do with my accident?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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If the history of seizure was present before the head injury we can suspect and SPACE Occupying lesion(SOL).
But the seizure is only following head injury. So the cause may be the head injury.
The cause for concerning is the recurrence of seizure.
You need a reevaluation of your brain. Consult a neurologist.
Answered: Sat, 11 May 2013
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