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Wow, it appears that Days may have actually googled something.

Febrile seizures, relatively common in kids younger than 5 years old, can occur when a child develops a high fever, usually with the temperature rising rapidly to 102 Fahrenheit (38.9 Celsius) or more. While terrifying to parents, these seizures are usually brief and rarely cause any problems, unless the fever is associated with a serious infection, such as meningitis. A child who has a febrile seizure is not more likely to develop epilepsy.


I don't think the seizures are a hereditary thing (or at least not intended to be in this case). I think it's just the result of a high fever from the meningitis.

So, it looks like the baby switch isn't going to be revealed after all.

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