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What are other possible signs of focal onset impaired awareness seizures?

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Your child may also have changes in skin coloring, have a quicker heartbeat or breathing than normal, or throw up or dry heave.

Afterward, your child won't remember it and may feel sleepy.

SOURCES:

Epilepsy Foundation: "2017 Revised Classification of Seizures," "Focal Onset Aware Seizures (simple partial seizures)."

AboutKidsHealth: "Simple Partial Seizures," "Complex Partial Seizures," "Signs and Symptoms of Seizures."

Epilepsy Action: "Focal Seizures."

Nationwide Children's Hospital of Wisconsin: "Seizures: Focal (Partial)," "Seizures and Epilepsy."

UpToDate: "Seizures and epilepsy in children: Classification, etiology, and clinical features."

Cedars-Sinai: "Complex Partial Seizures."

Johns Hopkins Medicine: "Seizures and Epilepsy in Children."

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin: "Seizures and Epilepsy."

University of Rochester Medical Center: "Epilepsy and Seizures in Children."

Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava on March 22, 2018

SOURCES:

Epilepsy Foundation: "2017 Revised Classification of Seizures," "Focal Onset Aware Seizures (simple partial seizures)."

AboutKidsHealth: "Simple Partial Seizures," "Complex Partial Seizures," "Signs and Symptoms of Seizures."

Epilepsy Action: "Focal Seizures."

Nationwide Children's Hospital of Wisconsin: "Seizures: Focal (Partial)," "Seizures and Epilepsy."

UpToDate: "Seizures and epilepsy in children: Classification, etiology, and clinical features."

Cedars-Sinai: "Complex Partial Seizures."

Johns Hopkins Medicine: "Seizures and Epilepsy in Children."

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin: "Seizures and Epilepsy."

University of Rochester Medical Center: "Epilepsy and Seizures in Children."

Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava on March 22, 2018

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