A detailed medical history is the most important part of diagnosing
epilepsy. Try to give as much information about
your seizures as you can. If you do not remember what happened, ask anyone who
saw the seizure to describe what he or she saw.
These questions can help the doctor evaluate the
Congratulations! You've successfully become pregnant and given birth to your baby. This is something many women take for granted, but when you have epilepsy, fertility and pregnancy pose unique challenges. Now that you've had your baby, you probably have a number of concerns and questions. And you may or may not have to make some lifestyle changes to keep your baby safe and healthy.
One question will arise almost immediately. Can you safely breastfeed your child? Just as you may have worried about...