Growth And Development In Children Aged 2 Years With A History Of Recurrent Seizures?
Tonight I have a daughter who is 2 years old and 2 months old, she can’t say anything because when a baby was 7 months old, she had a seizure but she didn’t have a fever and it happened again and again until she was 9 months old and I was late to take me to the hospital because I was afraid to hear from people that seizures had to be operated on aspirated spinal cord. Should there be such an operation or is there no other treatment or medicine for my child? thanks
Seizures are one of the emergency conditions in children. Seizures that are not resolved immediately can cause disturbances in the brain, where the disturbances that occur can be temporary or permanent.
Before determining whether there is anything that has been done to your child, it is necessary to do an examination of your child first to determine his condition. It's a good idea to take your child to the pediatrician. It is possible that later rehabilitation exercises for your child can be carried out if the situation is still possible. Other options can be discussed after the examination and planned with your doctor later.
I hope this helps.