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Sudden fainting episode, passed urine and stools while unconscious. Blood test, MRI scan normal. Serious symptoms?

Hi there my father is 65years and he suddently got unconcious for two minutes and had lost urine and poo at the same time in just two minuteas.. is there anything serious.. all reports from doctor including urine test, blood test , blood pressure , mri scan , xrays are normal.. is there anythign we are missing?? please help
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Your father had sudden loss of consciousness of 2 minutes duration associated with sphincter incontinence( stool and urine incontinence) , I feel its a seizure ( fits) phenomenon than syncope ( sudden unconsciousness with postural tone) Mri brain can be normal in such cases. He requires EEG study and also echo and holter monitoring to confirm with the cause of unconsciousness. treatment depends on further evaluation
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