"Meghan is full of life, a happy, curious, 4 year old who has enjoyed her first few weeks at school and is looking forward to Christmas, along with her twin brother Brodie. Meghan also has epilepsy.
"Her seizures began when she was just 8 months old and have progressed significantly in intensity, frequency and form. They can occur at any moment and she now has at least two a week.
"Before Meghan, epilepsy was just a word. Now it is our life, but as a family we try to take her condition in our stride.
Treating Epilepsy Treatment of epilepsy is usually focused on controlling. . . .
What Causes Epilepsy? In most of the epilepsy cases, a cause cannot be. . . .
Epilepsy Diagnosis Epilepsy is generally not easy to diagnose quickly.. . . .
What is Epilepsy? Epilepsy is a chronic disorder. It is the. . . .
Seizure Seizures are symptoms of a brain problem. A seizure is a sudden. . . .
How to prevent seizures? The cause of epilepsy is often not known, therefore. . . .