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My name is***** I am sorry to hear about Thriller's seizures. It sounds like Triller is having a prolonged post ictal phase (the phase after the seizure) or is having secondary weakness in his body in general. Were you with him during his seizures? Did you witness if he hurt himself, especially his head? It is possible that his incoordination at this time is due to trauma from the seizure. At this time, it would be ok to continue to monitor him. I would have a physical exam done if this continues until tomorrow though. Also, I would have his blood phenobarbital levels checked so that if there is room to safely increase his dose, this can be done so that he does not have more seizures. I would not increase his dose until bloodwork is done though. If his condition does change -- for example, worsening incoordination, then he does need to be rechecked sooner.
Please let me know what further questions you have.