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Roseola (cont.)

Is a Seizure Due to Fever Dangerous?

While the seizure may look very frightening, it is usually quite harmless (benign). Febrile seizures are not associated with long-term neurological side effects or brain damage. Anticonvulsant medication is rarely prescribed either to treat or prevent febrile seizures.

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