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Fainting instantly due to seizure attacks - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   Please provide these details: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status, Height and Weight.
User :   hi doctor
Doctor :   please go ahead with ur medical query
User :   my daughter is 2 yrs 8 months old she fainted three times during one yr period
Doctor :   did she faint instantly?
User :   her eeg is taken and doctor presribed her epilex 3.5 mil two times a dayshe
User :   no 4 months gaps there
User :   recovered to normal state after 10 mts
User :   very active after that everything normal
User :   i just wanted to know whether this is curable?
Doctor :   ok
User :   doctor is telling that she has to take that syrup for at least 2 yrs?
User :   is it a severe problem ?
Doctor :   ok
User :   everything is okay with her
User :   very active and smart
Doctor :   she must be having seizure attacks
Doctor :   she needs this medication
User :   did it affect her schooling
Doctor :   for atleast 3 years fromthe last attack
Doctor :   cant say
User :   is it curable after that
Doctor :   continue with these medication
Doctor :   u can stop the attacks
Doctor :   with regular medication
Doctor :   i mean prevent the attacks

Doctor :   regular follow ups is most important as well
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