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Sir,

My brother's daughter is suffering from Fits disease.we took CT/MRA ,EEG . But none of the reports are showing any probem. we are daily using some meidicines.I am very much worried about using medicies as those will have side effects aswell.

Please suggest some way to get it cured or to find the way to do it.

Thanks In advance
M.Ramana


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replied July 21st, 2010
Epilepsy Answer A14482
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Children may suffer from a condition called Benign childhood epilepsy which is attributed to immature development of nervous system and most children grow out of this problem over the time. Some children recover in first few weeks of birth and some may take a few months to years. There is also risk of recurrence of seizures later in life.

But, epilepsy is of several types and varieties based on clinical characteristics, EEG characteristics, age of onset and family history. A thorough history, examination with required investigations will help us in establishing the diagnosis, management and prognosis. Thank you.




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