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My husband passed out last year and ended up in the emergency room due to the suggestion of the advice nurse. The hospital is a mandatory reporter so the DMV was alerted. After a battery of tests my husband wasn't diagnosed with anything, but a fainting spell. The Dr. cleared him to drive and he was back on the road. Here we are a year later and the DMV has suspended his license because they want him reevaluated. The Dr. filled out the paperwork and sent to DMV with a copy to my husband. On the notice the Dr. indicates hat my husband had a grand mal seizure and needs to be evaluated annually. Huh? Where did this diagnosis come from? This wasn't on the original form sent to DMV last year! How do we go about getting something like this resolved?
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