Oh, most definitely, take him to a pediatric neurologist, you can get a referral from his regular doc. I don't care what the ER said or, if they took pictures, what the scan might have showed. And if your regular doc won't give a referral, just go around the system and get him to a neuro on your own, most preferably a pediatric neurologist, they know more about this childhood seizure or fainting type behavior than a regular neuro.
I realize that smaller children do have these things happen sometimes and there's nothing wrong, but there are also those that DO have something wrong, so better safe than sorry. I wish I could tell you more definitively what may be the problem, my knowledge is limited to certain types of neurology issues, but I do know basic nursing stuff and SO many times an ER will let a sick person go, but ANYONE who goes to an ER and is discharged should ALWAYS follow up with their doc as soon as possible, AND, in your case, you should take your child to a pediatric neurologist for that follow up.
Thank you for your comment. I did in fact just take him to his reg pedi today and she has referred me to a cardiologist for a ECG scan and rhythm strip and also gave me a referral to see a neurologist. I have a long paternal heart disease history so I am glad we are covering both areas. I want to just think that it was some freak nothing but I won't be at ease until I have exhausted every possibility.
I am so glad you are getting this thing checked out, and I also hope everything comes out okay. You are a good mother. GG