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    my friend started to make weird noises and shaking his head, he dropped on the floor and he started to get all jumpy like he was having a seizure, he's never had them before and he refuses to go to the hospital because he doesn't think it was a seizure, he just thinks he fainted? could it be anything serious?
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    Honestly, this could be something quite serious. Tell someone, get expert advice on it to help them next time
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    (Original post by _mk)
    my friend started to make weird noises and shaking his head, he dropped on the floor and he started to get all jumpy like he was having a seizure, he's never had them before and he refuses to go to the hospital because he doesn't think it was a seizure, he just thinks he fainted? could it be anything serious?
    Is he ok now?

    and yh, if u want the truth it sounds really bad, he should get an appointment with the doctor, just to make sure everything is ok
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    Honestly, this could be something quite serious. Tell someone, get expert advice on it to help them next time
    I totally agree with u, they should
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    (Original post by x-bhakti-patel)
    Is he ok now?

    and yh, if u want the truth it sounds really bad, he should get an appointment with the doctor, just to make sure everything is ok
    yeah he is okay now, hes walking and talking everythings normal, he's just refusing to get help... thank youu
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    (Original post by _mk)
    yeah he is okay now, hes walking and talking everythings normal, he's just refusing to get help... thank youu
    Its ok, and if he refuses to go then u could always try talking to his parents, and convincing him to get an appointment
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    (Original post by x-bhakti-patel)
    Its ok, and if he refuses to go then u could always try talking to his parents, and convincing him to get an appointment
    he told his parents he fainted :/
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    (Original post by _mk)
    he told his parents he fainted :/
    he already told his parents, then did they not try and call the doctor and fix an appointment?
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    Ring the NHS 111 helpline, they will guide you if there is something to be concerned about, etc getting him urgent treatment if it happens again,
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    (Original post by x-bhakti-patel)
    he already told his parents, then did they not try and call the doctor and fix an appointment?
    they just told him to rest
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    Ring the NHS 111 helpline, they will guide you if there is something to be concerned about, etc getting him urgent treatment if it happens again,
    yes, thank you
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    (Original post by _mk)
    they just told him to rest
    Then yh i think that they were right, if they told him that, it may help him a bit as they are his parents and they know what is best for him
 
 
 
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