2. Potential for Seizures
Seizures are normally associated with medical conditions like epilepsy, but they can also happen for other reasons such as brain trauma or conditions that cause pressure on the brain. Kawasaki disease, especially if left untreated or treated int he wrong way, can trigger seizures even where a condition like epilepsy is not present – and this will mean a need for immediate medical attention.
Most seizures are serious ones and they are not always of the grandma variety that you would expect. They can also sometimes be seizures that simply involve a person appearing to “zone out” for a few minutes, while it’s, in reality, a type of seizure – and can, eventually, be dangerous.
Seizures aren’t something that can be treated at home but requires medical intervention to find the root cause of the seizures and stop them from happening. This can take the assessment with a few simple tests and medication from there.