Black out and Seizures like body shake

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My husband had a fall in the Bathroom at 5AM today. His body was shaking like seizure. He had bitten his tongue. 

MRI, Blood Test, EEG all came normal. No significant issue all normal. The only thing was his blood pressure was low, pressure was checked after 20 to 30 mins after the episode of body shake. 

He had cough, phlegm couple of days now. 

Now he is back to normal. he is been advised to take levipil 500 three times a day for 3 months.

What could be wrong here? Any one. Please adivce?

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    Hi my brother had same thing there is hospital call miot it's in fiji and Chennai or you can call me will advise the process 006421903754 thanks

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    Hi my brother had same thing there is hospital call miot it's in fiji and Chennai or you can call me will advise the process 006421903754 thanks

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    Hi he had seizures when he was 7 year old know his 31 . Nothing was sawing up in all the test he went through finally we found this hospital call miot and he got sorted without any surgery .he used to get seizures almost every week even sometime every day he just came from his treatment last year December and his all good.
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    I’m not sure if a seizure would show up on en eeg after 30 mins. That’s a question for a neurologist. I’ve had several and none ever show up because o thought they need be be caught in real time. Don’t quote me and it could be different kinds of seizures. I’d ask a neurologist. 
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