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CHOC WALK 2014 - WE DID IT! by Kelly Patient Expert Jenelle at Mommy after the CHOC Walk 2014! Yesterday, Jenelle and I got up and out the... Read on »
We survived, but barely! First day of Middle School for Jenelle and other updates by Kelly Patient Expert Well, we survived the MRI, the trip and exam at Berkeley, and now, the first day/week of Middle School ...... Read on »
Update re MRI & UC Berkeley Eye Center by Kelly Patient Expert All of the testing I previously mentioned in the last update for Jenelle has begun.  On August 21, Jenelle... Read on »

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Epilepsy is not a single medical condition in itself. It is a symptom of a range of other conditions that cause somebody to have repeated fits, which are also known as seizures. Epilepsy is a relatively... » Read on
The main symptoms of epilepsy are repeated seizures. Doctors who treat epilepsy classify seizures by how much of the brain is affected. There are: partial seizures - where only a small part of the... » Read on
Epilepsy is not strictly an isolated medical condition in itself, rather it is a symptom of other conditions that have affected the brain. Epilepsy can have a number of causes. For example, it is sometimes... » Read on
Epilepsy can be difficult to diagnose because there are many other conditions that can cause seizures, such as migraines, or panic attacks. If you have had a seizure, you will be referred to a specialist... » Read on
Treatment for epilepsy will not normally begin unless you have a second seizure. This is because a single seizure is not a totally reliable indicator that you have epilepsy. However, treatment will begin after... » Read on

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