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Sep 25, 2014 · Webinar: Pediatric Epilepsy Treatment Options in Epilepsy & Seizures

Is a medication that my son is allergic too the same as an ineffective medication when considering intractable epilepsy?

Sep 25, 2014 · Webinar: Pediatric Epilepsy Treatment Options in Epilepsy & Seizures

Our son was diagnosed with epilepsy. His first witnessed seizure was 3 days before his 11th birthday which he went into status, he had one more status seizure episode in April which was 8 months later. He is allergic to many anti epileptic meds, and now takes Trokendi XR. He has had mostly partial seizures, or myoclonic seizures. Our neurologist is hopeful that it may be related to puberty. How likely is that, is there a way to determine this.