Epilepsy is a condition in which a person is at risk of recurrent seizures. A seizure is synchronized, abnormal electrical activity in the brain.
abnormal sensations: deja vu, hearing or smelling things that are not present, repetitive behaviors
tongue biting, unintential urination
structural abnormalities in the brain (stroke, tumor, previous head injury or infection, scarring)
lack of sleep
low blood sugar
not taking enough or the right anti-seizure medication
There are many anti-seizure medications that can prevent recurrent seizures. Our neurologists will discuss the best option for you.