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Epilepsy Treatments: Keeping Seizures Under Control

Treating Epilepsy

No single epilepsy medicine is right for every person who has seizures. Which one is right for you?

Finding the Right Epilepsy Treatment to Control Seizures

Epilepsy Drugs: Are Generics Safe?
Is it worth saving money on generics? Can they control your seizures just as well? Find out the differences between generic vs. brand epilepsy drugs.
Working With Your Doctor to Control Seizures
If your current medication isn't controlling your epilepsy seizures, you may need to change drugs. Find out if it's time to switch.

Other Epilepsy Treatments You Should Know About

Controlling Seizures: Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Epilepsy
Medication might not be enough to control epilepsy seizures. Find out if adding vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) to your therapy might help.
Surgical Options for Epilepsy Seizures
Up to 30% of people with epilepsy have uncontrolled seizures. Surgery may be an option, if not a cure. Is it an option for your epilepsy?

Epilepsy Seizures: What to Do in Case of Emergency

Epilepsy Seizures: When Should You Call 911?
When is home care for epilepsy seizures acceptable, and when do you need to contact emergency services? Find out what to do when a seizure occurs.
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How many epilepsy seizures do you have per year?