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Shock in head suddenly while on computer. What is wrong with frontal lobe?

Well, I am a 17 year old male, and yesterday, i was just sitting down relaxing looking at my laptop. And out of no where i just felt a jolt type shock. in my head. say either you got shocked by a plug or along the lines of that. and although it didn t hurt, or anything, I did feel a little dizzy so i layed down fully and let it pass. I would just like to know if any symptoms involving this is serious or maybe it was just a weird thing with my frontal lobe , to central cortex. (that is where it sort of happened) Thank you for any information given, thank you in advanced.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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Abrupt symptom shouldn't repeat again if does , go for check up with a medical practitioner who will check your BP, pulse, pupils. Syncopy has many reasons and often may require little treatment as well. Good thing that you lay down immediately. Watch for headache and visual disturbances if any. Take rest from computer screen for sometime till consultation with doctor clears the reason
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