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What medicine should be given to control the seizure disorder for an obese person having diabetes by birth ?

my patient has seizure disorder and it appeard when he was at 7 years old.he is now at 20 but his problem remains.he take zeptrol 200mg but his seizure remain like past.Test like CTscan EEG are done.CTscan is normal but in EEG repeated bout of generalized slow and sharp waves are noted.In immunology report carbamazepine found 4.21 ug/ml. he is overweight . he has diabetes from birth. every morning he attacked by seizure. neurologist give him zeptrol 200mg. but his seizure remains uncontrol. how can we control this? if any drug helpful for him please inform us..........................................
Tue, 17 Jan 2012
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hi udit
hello dr better you refer your patient to any near by good ayurvedic doctor and do the treatment along with him .
It will definitely beneficial to patient.
some sirodhara ,siropichu,sirovasthy which is appropriate to him along with internal medicines are good
one ayurvedic tab is beneficial
TAB NED FORTE from charak pharma
wish you all success
christyjoseph1@gmail.com
  User's Response
hi udit
hello dr better you refer your patient to any near by good ayurvedic doctor and do the treatment along with him .
It will definitely beneficial to patient.
some sirodhara ,siropichu,sirovasthy which is appropriate to him along with internal medicines are good
one ayurvedic tab is beneficial
TAB NED FORTE from charak pharma
wish you all success
christyjoseph1@gmail.com
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