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Ring worm infestation, frequent seizures even after taking valtec, lacosamide. Advised continuing the medicines. Suggestion?

Hello ,my husband age 28yrs, went through brain operation 5yrs ago ,as he had an accident and got blood clot in the left side of the brain . he is getting seizures occasionally .now he is taking VALTEC CR-300,LACOSAMIDE TABLETS 50MG,LEVIPIL 500 and FRISIUM 10.all these daily twise .but also he gets seizures .he has ring worms . we consulted a doctor he says to continue these tablets . as his reports are normal . pls give a good suggestion .
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Few clarification I would like to know 1.When did seizure started ie at what age.
2.seizure is with loss of consciousness or only movement
confined to one half of body.
3.where is the ring worm infection brain or gut.
4.what is the latest mri report.
5.How is the status of seizure control.
See controling a persistant seizure is tough and if any how it is controlled with these medication continue it.Regarding the couse of seizure if it is after brain injury and recent MRI does not show any focal lesion then continue these medication and if it is due to foal lasion then it should be managed simultaniously
If these seizure is due viable ring worm cyst in brain there these to be managed with its medication.
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