People who have seizures are at risk for health complications, even death, so it’s important to stay healthy.
Ted C.* was 24 when he wrecked his car. He was rushed to a hospital emergency room by ambulance. Although he wasn’t badly injured, he seemed disoriented and didn’t know what had happened.
Have you ever played that icebreaker game in which you reveal your most embarrassing moment? If you’re a person with epilepsy, there’s a good chance your moment involved a time when you had a seizure.
What are the drug's brand and non-brand (generic) names?
What is the active ingredient?
Is a generic version available? If so, can I take one?
How and when should I take it?
How much do I take?
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