Are you suffering from seizures that your medication alone can’t control?
Most people with epilepsy take medication to manage their seizures.
But some people still experience seizures, even after trying two or more different anti-epileptic medications and following their doctor’s advice.
Data suggests about one in three people with epilepsy have seizures that are difficult to treat with medication alone.
Furthermore, research has shown that if two different anti-epileptic medications have failed to give you seizure freedom, the chance of becoming seizure free with another is just up to 4%.
Experiencing uncontrolled seizures can be stressful and unsettling, and have serious consequences including:
That means it’s very important to get seizures under control as soon as possible.
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