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What causes asthma, seizures, nystagmus, coughing, muscle stiffness with other symptoms?

13 year old female, mild history of exercise induced asthma, presented twice in 7 days with seizure activity. Eyes rolling back in head, coughing, forced muscle stiffness, loss of consciousness, crushing chest pain, elevated BP, elevated HR, pupils dilated, blurred vision, inability to speak, episodes lasting 20-25 minutes. No previous history of other illnesses. Possibly Epilepsy? Pulmonary Embolism?
Thu, 1 Feb 2018
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this could be epilepsy , but you need to get MRI brain done as per epilepsy protocol and also eeg to confirm the diagnosis and rule out other things..
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What causes asthma, seizures, nystagmus, coughing, muscle stiffness with other symptoms?

this could be epilepsy , but you need to get MRI brain done as per epilepsy protocol and also eeg to confirm the diagnosis and rule out other things..