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HELP. My friend had a seizure whilst abroad watch

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    Ok so me and my friend (known him for 2 weeks) are in Portugal working for summer. We arent really eating/drinking enough water but anyway he had a seizure in a supermarket today and spewed a bit of blood. I was so scared. He is so stubborn and refuses to go in the ambulance and tell his mum or relatives so i dont know what to do. I wouldnt know what to do if it happens again, i was just stood there like o.O. He wants to go out tonight to the strip but that means **** loads of lights. Ahhh what should I do?? Would it definately be an epileptic seizure. He's 22 and never had one before. Im 19 and freaking the **** out
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    Your friend is an idiot. Not much you can do about that I'm afraid. You could maybe see if you can track down his family on facebook or something though, and get them to badger him properly.

    Remember you can't live other people's lives for them, and if he wants to get himself killed then that's really his own lookout. :dontknow:
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    It may not be epilepsy. Unfortuantely, as superwolf said, if he won't get himself checked out, there's nothing you can do.
 
 
 
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