For patients without low-cost alternatives, the financial burden of drug therapy may be serious.
Knowing the facts about bullying is the first step toward preventing victimization of children and teens with epilepsy or other medical conditions, and keeping them safe.
If you or someone you love is a woman with epilepsy, you may be wondering if motherhood is an option. The good news is that in most cases, the answer is yes.
Surgery may lead to long-term complete seizure freedom in more than half of the drug-resistant patients with focal epilepsy.
Children with well-controlled seizures and no other serious medical conditions have no greater risk of dying than anyone else. But for children with more severe epilepsy or other health challenges, the risk — although still low — is somewhat increased.
If drug therapy doesn’t control your epilepsy and you have other health problems, laser ablation surgery may work for you. Learn more.
If you witness someone having a seizure, don’t panic. Here, our Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy Center experts explain exactly what you can do to help.
Does your child’s seizure mean he or she will develop epilepsy? Know the facts, the causes of childhood seizures and what to do if one occurs.
If your child has epilepsy, it’s best to communicate with teachers and other caregivers to ensure she gets the best care — at home or at school. Get more tips on empowering others to help.
If you have treatment-resistant epilepsy, you may benefit from recent advances in surgical procedures. The newest is a treatment called responsive neurostimulation therapy, which the FDA approved late last year. The treatment can alleviate epilepsy for some patients with partial onset seizures that have not been controlled by two or more medications and are not candidates for surgical resection. The treatment is … Read More