If Headache Persists After Seizure?

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Article updated and reviewed by Peter B. Kang, MD, Assistant in Neurology, Children's Hospital Boston, and Instructor in Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA on May 18, 2005.

A seizure is an event characterized by abnormal electrical activity in the brain, usually resulting in abnormal movements, abnormal sensations, and/or changes in consciousness. An individual is usually diagnosed as having epilepsy (seizure disorder) when he or she has had multiple spontaneous seizures, that is,...

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