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  1. Study reveals mental cost of epilepsy in pregnancy

    Study reveals mental cost of epilepsy in pregnancy

    Pregnant women and new mothers with epilepsy have lower self-esteem and are less satisfied with life than pregnant women and mothers without the condition, according to a new study.* A team from the University of Bergen analysed data from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study, of over 112,000 women with and without epilepsy from the general population. Investigation took...

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  2. Anti-Seizure Treatments Can Damage Bones

    Anti-Seizure Treatments Can Damage Bones

    Anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs), the first treatment choice for epilepsy and seizure prevention, are known for such potential side effects as dizziness, drowsiness, and weight gain. But a growing body of research is also raising the possibility of bone abnormalities caused by long-term use of AEDs, especially older forms of these therapies. In children being treated for epilepsy, who are in a critical growth period of...

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