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Toddler diagnosed with epilepsy. Can epilepsy be diagnosed clearly by ECG or any other tests are required ?

Hello Dr my son is 18 months old. He is diagnosed suffering from epilepsy . 1. Can epilepsy be diagnosed clearly by ECG or any other tests are required ? 2. how much Levera dose is ideal for him? 3. what timings we should use to give him this medicine? 4. Please provide other precautions that are required to take care with this medicine.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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I really appreciate your concern I guess you must have spelled wrongly or understood it wrongly, it is not ECG but this is EEG, yes with the help of EEG the epileptic seizure can be detected easily, the choice of drug is depend upon the nature of seizures and weight of child severity of disease, and the pediatrician takes the great care for this and you would be inform for that, so you need not worry about this, the treatment need to be taken for long time, care should be taken for certain things like child should not go near swimming pool fire work, hope this information helps you, have nice day.
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