What to Do for a Seizure
Fever can cause a seizure (SEE-zher) in some young children. Seizures are scary, but usually harmless. Your child may look strange, shake, then stiffen and twitch.
His or her eyes may roll. If this happens:
Lay your child down on the floor or a bed.
Turn your child's head to the side. That way, spit or vomit can drain out.
Don't put anything in your child's mouth.
Call the doctor.
The doctor should always check your child after a seizure.