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Well, I think you are right that it could have been some kind of seizure or TIA. Is his pseudotumor cerebri treated in any way and under good control? With the dysautonomia, does he ever get spikes up in his blood pressure that could have caused an acute rise in CSF pressure? If he has a shunt, they can get clogged up over time, then the CSF pressure builds back up and can cause strange symptoms like this. I would be most concerned about TIA or high CSF pressure. He really needs to see his neurologist. I understand his reluctance, but this could be very serious. I would try to convince him to at least call his Dr., and maybe the Dr can convince him to come in and get checked out. If this happens again, I would also check his BP to see what it is doing during the episode.





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