So....the other day we ran a call that I'm not quite sure what was going on. We got toned out for a 74 y/o male actively seizing. When we got there-pt was slumped to the left in a recliner-responsive only to deep sternal rub. All vitals checked out pretty much ok-his pulse was 100 and BP was around 140/100. Pt's granddaughter on scene who witnessed seizure said it was full body tonic clonic type activity. Pt WAS NOT incontinent of bowel or bladder. Pt's granddaughter also states that due to car accident several years ago that pt doesn't talk right. We went to move pt to the cot-he was completely flaccid. Once we got him out to the ambulance he started coming around a little. Now when we said his name he would open his eyes and look around. He sort of resisted the nasal cannula for 02-but had no response when my partner started the IV. I noticed at this time that the pt's right arm was completed flaccid. I couldn't tell or not if his face was a little droopy-but my partner said the pt was squeezing my partners hand on the left side. I went to take another BP in the right arm and asked him to hold it up since he was coming around and he couldn't even rest his arm on my leg. He didn't get any better or worse on the way to the ER-they ended up transferring him to a bigger hospital for new onset seizures for specialized care. Now-my question is-could this have been some sort of TIA or something going on? The only thing that is puzzling me is that I've never EVER seen a seizure pt completely flaccid on one side. Oh yeah-pt's lung sounds were wet/crackly and he had a slight cough. So, what do ya'll think?