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My 14 years old niece is suffering from mirgi (epilepsy)

sir my niece is suffer in mirgii last month plz tell me wher we check her in pakistan.wher should be fine.last month first attack then we check the doctor he recomend mirgii.she is 14 year old and in first attack she sit near heater then start attack.plzz tell me what can doing right now
Asked On : Tue, 25 Jan 2011
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hello ..‘Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum’.
along with the consideration and medicines of your doctor.. homeopathic medicines have a high success rate in recovery..
as you have mentioned that during the first attack she was sitting besides a heater is a very vlauable information.. heat n heater are a triggering factor for her epilepsy .. she shuld be completely be avoiding sitting in a warm room or heater ..
she should be always be in a cool room temperature n keeping her self hydrated ..
symptoms as to her temparament , mood, irritablity,anger, and symptoms before.. during and after convulsion .. also help in the selection of the medicines
wishing her good health..
Answered: Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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