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Old 10-21-2009, 12:37 AM
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had whooping cough?


how many of you have had whooping cough as a baby or very young child?
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THINK I did. Why do you ask?
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There is a potential link between whooping cough and epilepsy. Like other infections that can affect the brain (measles, encephalitis, etc. ) whooping cough has been linked to the development of seizure disorders in some children.
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