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... is not used. In Epilepsy it cannot be cured. It can be treated, medicated, operated on, and hopefully controlled. But NOT cured. ... (11 replies)
... bout my seizures, but I do remember the small white pills my mother had to put into spice drop candies so I wouldn't spit them out. I have had the same conserns! Can and will my epilesy come back as an adult. I am now 30 and still no signs of it coming back! I still fear it. ... (11 replies)
... To be honest even if your EEG came back fine it doesn't mean you don't have epilepsy. ... (11 replies)

... milly85, I hate to be negative to, but an EEG can be wrong. I guess they use them becaus4e they are perhaps the cheapest. ... (11 replies)
... My parents said I was just having convulsions. And the doctors suspected it could be epilepsy so they put me on medication for it. This is all I know. For some reason my parents really do not like to talk much about it. ... (11 replies)
... If you had seizures then you can have them again. The seizures might go away but the epilepsy really doesn't. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for all your answers! I guess the chances are pretty slim as I am 23 years old. I had convulsions and was put on Epilim (or something like that) for four years. I can't remember any of it. (11 replies)
... I was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy three years ago and currently take 3,000 mgs. of Keppra and 400 mgs Zongegram daily for seizure control...until I get brave enough to have brain surgery. ... (11 replies)
... Here is some information: The reality of seizure freedom Many people with epilepsy have a very good chance of becoming seizure-free:1 About 75% of patients with epilepsy will eventually stop having seizures — This will happen for more than half of these people within a year of diagnosis (11 replies)
... Well, I barely know ANYTHING about epilepsy, but it sounds like if it just went away it can come back. My cousin has had seizures his whole life really bad and they were slowly killing him. He's like twenty three now, and hes had 3 brain surgeries. ... (11 replies)
... I have been told that I used to get seizures when I was young and was given medication for epilepsy up until I was 4 years old because my uncle has it and they wanted to make sure I didn't. I was wondering if there is a chance of it coming back? ... (11 replies)
... Yes. I have been told about the wires on my head but they were not inserted inside my head. Just on the exterior part. Sorry if I sound clueless. (11 replies)
... I can sleepover at peoples houses its just that whenever i did, in the morning i would get jerks and fall down and sometimes get big seizures and everyone would get worried and things! so i feel like i don't want to ruin other people's fun because of me you know? i heard that alcohol worsens it? did you still drink? did it make it worse? so there was nothing you did... (5 replies)
... went out. I went on to Lamictal first, which made me vomit in the mornings, and my seizures still weren't controlled but I still stayed over at friend's houses. Can I ask why you're not able to? ... (5 replies)
... How can epilepsy simply disappear though? ... (2 replies)
... I am 19 yrs old with JME. Can Juvenile Myoclonic epilepsy be cured completely? ... (8 replies)
Jun 3, 2010
... I have heard of people outgrowing it. Somtimes if it's hormonal related then when the hormones change it can change the brain. I know 2 people that had seizures when they were younger and outgrew them when they got older. ... (3 replies)
Jun 2, 2010
... Can someone who has had epilepsy all their life 23yrs be cured of the condition? ... (3 replies)
... Thanx for ur reply, Phoebe. But does that mean that i can never be seizure free completely? ... (10 replies)
... the best advice for anyone using the internet for information is to use your common sense. If someone says that epilepsy can be cured by wearing a pink dress on Tuesdays while hanging upside from the chandelier, then you might want to question that. ... (4 replies)

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