Unlikely to be febrile seizure
which is primarily an infection of lungs itself does not causes seizure. But associated factors like hypoglycemia
, hypoglycemia, other electrolyte abnormalities or decreased oxygen
supply to brain may cause seizures.
Once the structural abnormalities(by MRI
and USG brain), brain infection is being ruled out;EEG (a test to check electrical activities in brain) can be done to rule out seizure disorder(unlikely in this age) .
Based on EEG one can decide whether the seizure medications need to be given for long term or not. If EEG test is positive long term seizure medication is needed but if it is negative one can try to withhold the medication considering that the episode of seizure was due to some transient abnormality.
Febrile seizure is unlikely in this age. Febrile seizure is usually seen in babies more than 3 months of age and when there is no other associated significant comorbities.
It is good to know that baby is doing well. My all best wishes with you.
Praying for his early recovery.
I shall be glad to help further if you need any.