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Will it possible to recover fully from epilepsy ?

Hi.My brother has epilepsy since he was 6 years old I think and now he s 24.He s on medications ever since because without it he gets epilepsy attack.The doctor tried to reduce his medications but he got many attacks and we stopped trying.He s on medications and I don t think he ll ever be able to quit medications without geting sick.I need some advices like for example is there any hope that he will fully recover..and oh i forgot to mention..he sometimes drink alcool and we keep saying to him that he s with medications and it might be very dangerous but he don t wanna listen.Is it dangerous?? I would appreciate if I get an reply for my questions
Asked On : Mon, 14 Feb 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
hello nita..‘Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum’.
as your brother is used to taking epileptic medications it cannot be stopped spontaneously.. and it is hazardous to consume alcohol along with the epileptic medication..
yes there is hope with homeopathic medicines.. as he starts responding to the homeopathic medicines his allopathic medicines dosage will lowered in tapering doses..
before going to the homoeopath.. make a list of symptoms as to what triggers his epilepsy the symptoms before during and after convulsions.. his behaviour n gesture.. his temparament .. as these all factors help in the correction selection of the medicine..
wishing him good health..
Answered: Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
thanks for choosing healthcaremagic.Dear first of all diagnosis of type of epilepsy is important.In some cases the drugs can be stopped after 3 year problem free interval.In some cases it is needed for long time.please see a neurophysician near you and take his advise.Alcohol is bed and he should avoid it.
Answered: Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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