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How can my patient's uncontrolled seizures be treated? All reports normal , on medication.

my patient has seizure disorder and it appeared when he was at 7 years old.he is now at 20 but his problem remains.he take carbamazipine CR 200mg but his seizure remain like past.Test like CTscan, EEG are done.CTscan is normal but in EEG repeated bout of generalized slow and sharp waves are noted.In immunology report carbamazepine found 4.21 ug/ml neurologist give advice to take carbamazipine CR 200mg one tablet per day. but his seizure remains uncontrol. his seizure appeared almost every morning.what can we do for control this seizure??????????????
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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Thank you for consulting on HealthcareMagic. First of all the epilepsy syndrome is not classified in to primary or secondary. Secondly it is surprising to see to treat some one with 200 mg of CBZ once daily which is terribly inadequate foa a adult. Increase the dose of the medicine and he is likely to respond. If not consult a good Neurologist. Bye
Answered: Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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Along with this treatment you can take support of ayurveda .consult aayurveda docter.
As he has congenital disease.also you can take a psychiatry opinion somtimes it is very beneficial to adjust the dose.. consult aayurveda docter
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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