Erin
On VNS Therapy
since 1999

Are you still having seizures despite medications?

Seizures that continue even after trying two prescribed medications are considered
hard-to-treat or drug-resistant epilepsy.

 

Medication alone isn't the answer for 1/3 of people having seizures.

If you’re living with uncontrolled seizures, you are not alone.

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If you've tried multiple medications yet continue to have seizures,
it's time to question your seizure treatment.

Seizures that continue even after trying two prescribed medications are considered hard-to-treat or drug-resistant epilepsy. Studies have proven that adding more medications is not likely to control this kind of epilepsy.

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Risks of undertreated epilepsy

Despite what we know about the risks of living with undertreated epilepsy, most people affected by this condition will continue to be prescribed additional medications instead of being evaluated for non-drug therapy options.

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