Epilepsy in Women & Inborn

 women and most common in children and adults having age more than 60. Women with epilepsy have fewer chances to conceive than in non-epileptic women. For women who want marriage or pregnancy, special consideration is necessary. With the single use of commonly used antiepileptic drugs, the malformation incidence and the stillbirth rate will increase to 2 to 3 times of the general population.Children having idiopathic epilepsy has 90% chances of getting rid of epilepsy at their 20’s

  • Pregnancy and motherhood
  • Labour and delivery
  • Prenatal injuries
  • Childhood epilepsy

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