Last night was one of the absolute worst of my life. Before I get to that though I'll add some background info. The week after my youngest daughter's 1st birthday she had a seizure. About two hours before she felt a little warm and was fussing, so I checked her temp (99.3) and went ahead and gave her some Motrin, just in case. She had been throwing up in the night and morning, so I figured her stomach was probably crampy feeling and the Motrin would help. Well, later my oldest daughter wouldn't give her a toy and the next thing we know the baby is laying in the floor blue faced, drooling, convulsing and making funny noises. I laid her on her side and it was over in less than 1 minute. I rushed her to th e ER, only to be told by the Dr. that I must be wrong there was absolutely no way she had a seizure. I am not an idiot. I told him exactly what had happened and if that didn't sound like a seizure then what was it. He back up his thinking and said it did sound like one. They could find anything wrong with her and we went home. I took her to her doctor the next day and he said that maybe it was a febrile seizure but that those usually involve a very high fever( 104 or higher). We talk and figured it was probably a fluke but would keep a look out for any more. The following week she had another episode without the twitching after not being allowed to play in her granny's purse. Back to the doctor we go and now he thinks she had a Vagal episode in which she cries and then is unable to breath and the Vagal nerve gets pinched and viola fainting baby.This differs from a child who holds her breath until they faint over not getting what they want in that children with this have no control over when it will happen. We are supposed to catch it early and make lots of loud noises to startle her and activate her breathing again. She should grow out of that before she turn 3 years old. However, we ended up in the ER again last night because she had one of her episodes and we get her back to breathing and immediately after she went limp, then stiffened and had a grad mal seizure that lasted for almost 10 minutes. It was all over just before we got to the ER, except for this time she didn't just fall asleep and bounce back out of it. She seemed unable to move her arms and legs for more than 30 minutes! She screamed and her heart was racing. She would start to calm down only to start screaming again as if she was in massive pain. The ran what test they could, we live in a small town and the hospital here is tiny. They found nothing. All they could tell me is that it sounds like it is getting worse and to get her doctor to refer her to a pediatric nurologist(I know I spelled that wrong). Her doctor can't get her in today so we have an appt. to take her in first thing in the morning. I'm scared to death that something is really wrong. She 's fine this morning but... who knows? I just was wanting to see if anyone here had ever had a similar experience and any info that they could share. Did I mention that this scares my to death? It scares her older sister even more, sne's 7 years old and when it happens she cries hysterically. She's afraid her sister is going to die! Thanks for listening! Any help is appreciated.