Epilepsy is a neurological disorder caused due to surges in electrical signals inside the brain, which result in seizures.
Expected duration of epilepsy
Fortunately most people with epilepsy can avoid recurrent seizures if they take prescribed medications as directed (dose and timing). In many cases of epilepsy that remain seizure-free for 2 to 5 years, the doctor may stop the medication. Some people may have to take medication indefinitely. It is important to never stop medication without consulting your physician.
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