Epilepsy Centre

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Epilepsy is a common illness that produces repeated seizures. It isn’t a form of mental disease or retardation. It normally does not have an impact on how well someone thinks or learns. But myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings still surround epilepsy.

Pregnancy and epilepsy

Epilepsy Centre Pregnancy and epilepsy More than 90% of women with epilepsy will have normal, healthy infants. However, they are at greater risk for complications of pregnancy, [...]

Epilepsy in young children

Epilepsy Centre Epilepsy in young children Details Last Updated on Sunday, 29 May 2016 21:53 A seizure that ends normally after a minute or two is usually [...]

Epilepsy in children

Epilepsy Centre Epilepsy in children Details Last Updated on Thursday, 21 January 2016 17:40 Epilepsy can affect anyone, at any age, but most commonly develops in young [...]

FAQs about epilepsy

Epilepsy Centre FAQs about epilepsy Here are some frequently asked questions and answers on epilepsy. Question: What is epilepsy?Answer: Epilepsy is a controllable neurological condition caused [...]

What to do during an epileptic seizure

Epilepsy Centre What to do during an epileptic seizure Help dispel the myths surrounding epilepsy. Take the first step by knowing what to do when someone is [...]

Epilepsy – update your knowledge

Epilepsy Centre Epilepsy – update your knowledge Epilepsy is a common illness that produces repeated seizures. It isn't a form of mental disease or retardation. It normally [...]

Make friends with epilepsy

Epilepsy Centre Make friends with epilepsy Details Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 17:23 Since the dawn of time, epilepsy has affected millions of people from [...]