Wow, that is really interesting. I asked him just this morning if he's had anymore episodes and he said he has not. Thanks for the response. I will keep that in the back of my mind as I keep an eye on him.View Thread
My son has had several episodes of what he describes as "speedy moments". He says he feels like he is moving very quickly. They last for approximately 3 to 5 minutes. We've checked and it doesn't appear as though his pulse is high...he says he doesn't really feel worried, sick, or scared. He's had these happen during math tests, getting ready for school in the morning, and in the afternoon after school when he's just here at home. He's not on any medication, he's a healthy boy, good grades, plays baseball..Anyone have an clue what this could be? Trying to figure out where to start with Dr. or just see if it passes.View Thread
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