Epilepsy and pregnancy. Browse through our wide range of articles to learn numerous topics concerning epilepsy and pregnancy.
While the majority of women with epilepsy can and do become pregnant, they may have certain risks that women without epilepsy don’t have. Learn more here.
Valproate will no longer be given to women or girls of childbearing potential unless they are on a pregnancy prevention programme. By Jason Farrell, Senior Political Correspondent The UK medicines regulator has changed the license […]
PUBLISHED IN THE HUFFINGTON POST By Stacey Chillemi and Blanca Vazquez The following topics should be discussed during preconception counseling: Weight The time to reach your proper weight is before you decide to have a baby. Obesity may […]
By Stacey Chillemi and Blanca Vazquez Many women with epilepsy are worried about possible risks in becoming pregnant. Women with epilepsy who become pregnant do have a higher risk for complications than women who do not have epilepsy. This includes […]