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What can fever with fits, memory loss and breathlessness be ?

hello doctor day before yesterday my aunt was suffered from fever and fits about five times within a three hour gap then we admitted in a hospital she is suffering from memory loss and not able to speak doctors kept her in icu and now she is not able to breath ..... what do theese reveal please say me we are in fear.................please.........................
Asked On : Fri, 18 Mar 2011
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any infection , constant fever which reaches high temperature , dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, etc , can cause these seizures , we need to investigate the reason by blood and urine tests.

The loss of memory may be transient or permanent, it may be due to changes in electrolytes and the fever, on solving the above her memory may come back slowly. I can also think of a vessel / artery problem like stroke, etc, which is common in mid aged and elderly to cause this.

Wishing her good health
Answered: Fri, 18 Mar 2011
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