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How to treat complex partial seizures?

yes hello I have a question about my daughter who is controlled with tegretol for seizures partial complex, she is 27. She is now having hormal acne & was given a bcp to take she also has minera for bc, but since on oral pill has started to experience more seizures -- yes she is stopping the oral pill, any advice for the acne, benzion does not work. thanks kathy ( mom )
Wed, 13 Aug 2014
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Any kind of seizure the treatment remains the same, the drug that is being widely used "carbamazepine" is more or less symptomatic medicine, underlying cause of convulsion is matters, and this is need to be found out and treated accordingly, take care.
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