Convulsion In Children

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A febrile convulsion is a seizure or fit caused by a fever, usually in children aged six months to six years. A child having a febrile convulsion might stiffen, jerk arms or legs and fall unconscious. Their eyes may roll back in their head. Most febrile convulsions aren’t serious, but parents should see their GP […]
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