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my body fell from the bench, my eyes rolled back

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At 10:00pm I was with my friend and sitting and at around 10:30 all of the sudden I almost felt like an anxiety attack starting (not diagnosed with anxiety and never had one) and passes out and my tap half of my body fell from the bench while I apperantly rolled my eyes backwards and starting somewhat shaking, I don't remembered anything but waking up from a mini dream and got up, tried to stand and walk but my legs felt weird and I couldn't walk more than 2 steps and collapsed hard on the ground again except no fainting, we sad for a bit and I feel completely normal except kinda confused and buzzed


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replied June 27th, 2014
Epilepsy Answer A48024
Thank you for consulting e-healthforum. There are two possibilities: seizure vs. fainting. It sounds more like the last one but information is not sufficient to be sure. You did not ask any questions. You have to consult both, neurologist and cardiologist.


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