My brother's baby is 7 months old and very healthy and happy. Yesterday he was playing and everything was fine. Then, all of a sudden he passed out and started to seizure. They, of course, took him to the hospital to find out that there was a lot of blood filling up around the brain. Today they are draining the exess blood from his brain. I have never heard of this! Have you?Answer Question
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Yes, but I work with a lot of medical issues. Common, no. But it does happen. They will run tests to determine what is the exact cause and go from there. Scary and horrible for the child and the parents. The swelling and bleeding indicates there is something going on besides just seizures. Seizures are scary just in and of themselves. Just be available for if they need you, don't pressure them into telling you exactly what is going on unless they volunteer it, and listen. Many times it is hard for parents to digest what is going on and they need some time and space to take it all in. Ask them what they need from you at the moment. Any speculation would be irresponsible. So many things it could be.
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