Even if you do have epilepsy, it doesn’t necessarily mean you know all the lingo. (I didn’t!) So here are some definitions of medical terms related to epilepsy…
At the very best, finding the right anti-epilepsy drug is a crap shoot. There’s always the hope that this one will do it.
Or maybe adjunct therapy will work. Or, sigh, the side-effects derail you and you’re on to the next.
Is asking for seizure control too much?
When I decided to begin an epilepsy library for reference, I was absolutely overwhelmed by the millions of books out there.
So, I went to Amazon, rolled the dice and ended up spending needless money on a lot of duds.
Don’t get me wrong, some were of value, but most were a waste of time.
So, to save you from my disappointing experience, I’ve combed the web, epilepsy foundations, blogs and wherever else I could think of, to find books that would actually inform, explain and even sometimes, entertain.
I hope you’ll find something of use on this list, which is truly a labor of love…