hey all just a vent i've worked with persons with disabilities for 18 years and have seen a ton of seizures and know quite a bit about them. nevertheless, it was a bit freaky when my daughter had a 5 minute generalized tonic clonic (grand mal) seizure in my car on the way home from school on teusday. she had a CT scan done, bloodwork and urinalysis, and they couldnt find any acute cause. She had been sick a week or so ago but didnt have a fever that day and cant remember hitting her head any time recently. No family history except her maternal grandmother had an unexplained tonic clonic seizure two years ago. She goes to get a sleep deprived EEG on monday, otherwise it's back to life as usual. No medications or anything until they find out what might be wrong. poor kid. she's pretty freaked out still and so is her younger sister. my ex-wife is even more freaked as she's on vacation in mexico until friday.