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Uneasiness for few minutes followed by unconsciousness for short while, later severe headache, no relief with treatment. Any suggestions?

hello sir, I have a query about my younger sister she is getting treatment from Dr. kaleem ahmad since last 15-20 days. she is having problem of Uneasiness which is unexplainable by her & it goes on for 5-10 min. and after that she becomes UNCONSCIOUS for 2 minnuts to 15-20 minuts. after that uncontrollable head ache . there is no re leaf till date. suggest something. Regards, Anand Pandey 0000
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend, welcome to HCM.

She could be having non-convulsive seizures (fits).
Unconsciousness may occur after fits foe variable time.

You need to see a good neurologist to differentiate her diagnosis.
Consider a neuro opinion, CT/ MRI scan and other necessaery tests on evaluation ( if your doctor is not a neurologist)

Untreated, the situation may worsen.
I hope to have guided you well. Take care and get her well soon.
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