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What causes dissociation and heightened senses while having Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome?

My daughter is experiencing once or twice a month, heightened senses as in everything looks like it is moving in fast forward, everything is really loud. This lasts for about 2 hours each time. Her recent history over the last 5 years has been Wolf parkinsons white disease diagnosis - ablation performed. 3 blood clots traveled to her lung - blood thinners being taken. She is only 19 years old. Do you know what these symptoms might mean ?
Tue, 5 Dec 2017
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Her symptoms could be related to possible seizures. For this reason, I recommend consulting with a neurologist and performing some tests: an EEG and a brain MRI study (especially considering her history for cardiac arrhythmia).

You should discuss with her doctor on these issues.
Kind regards, Dr. Aida
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