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My 81 year old mother have strong shakes during sleep. Do i need to take her to the doctor ?

My father is 81 and lies in hospital in intensive care my father is 81 and lies in hospital in intensive care. I keep company now to my mother also 81. I shared her bed for two evenings and in the middle of the night she has a very strong shake, I get a heart beat each 20 seconds, basically the whole bed shakes. She suffers hypertension , should I take her to hospital? This lasts for about 30 minutes and then stops and it all goes back to normal. Please help. This just happend few minutes ago.
Asked On : Mon, 31 Jan 2011
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You should take her to hospital.It seems that her heart rate seems to be very low.
This could be due to complete heart block leading to cerebral anoxia which gives
rise to convulsion.She will need pace maker immediately.This is a conclsion on
your mentioning heart rate only one haeart beat every 2o seconds Thanks
Answered: Wed, 17 Aug 2011
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