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When my daughter has her next acting like a five year old. They may give her more modern epilepsy treatments. Have any other epilepsy drugs been effective or been tried to treat these symptoms.
4 years ago I had an eeg[brain waves} The doctors said there was something different but explained they didn’t know why Any way all brains are a little different. I looked it up on the net and it mentioned epilepsy but it was in Doctor speak.
Has anybody else had strange results from eeg.
Check out Magnesium deficiency and epilepsy. Also any of you with migraine may benefit. Here Dr Diana talks about how such a deficiency can cause many other symptoms, often reported on this website.
An easy way of improving your magnesium levels is to take a soak in a nice warm bath with a couple of cupfuls of Epsom Salts. Your body will absorb it through your skin.
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