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What To Do If Your Child Experiences Febrile Seizures

Your child is running a fever, and the next thing you know, he’s not responding and his arms and legs start shaking. All signs point to a febrile seizure. So, what is a febrile seizure, and how should you respond? Here’s advice from a MomDoc on what to do when all you can think to do is panic.

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