1 Year 10 Months Old Boy | Jun 2015
What will happen when I take my baby to a EEG scan? WHat should I know about it?
Your doctor may recommend that you bring your child in for an electroencephalograph (EEG) to record her brain's electrical activity. It may be scary to watch the technician attach electrodes to your child's head, but the procedure is painless. From the results, your doctor will be able to tell whether your child has had a seizure, whether she's likely to have one again, and whether she needs further tests, such as an MRI or CT scan, or a consultation with a neurologist.