Neurologists want the public to take epilepsy more seriously
If this doesn’t scare me into paying more attention when I take my medicines, I don’t know what will. I have only switched the morning dose with the nightly dose twice, and only missed one dose in over three years, but I still have to be safe, and not let it happen again.
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2 thoughts on “We have to take epilepsy seriously”
Yes, sweetie. Please never ever stop taking the medication. Seizures are very dangerous.
Hugs & kisses💊❤️💁😻
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I never will, I forgot that one time and I was scared all day