Rolandic epilepsy

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Vinlep 300 is being administered for symptoms of mild rolandic epilepsy on my child who is 7 years old..the dosage prescribed is 750 mg per day......

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i have an epileptic seizure about every 6 to 8 weeks and always in my sleep, it seems to build up and after it happens im good for a few weeks....

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Epilepsy is an episodic problem, and it tends to repeat at intervals. So, it is not unusual for someone with...

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My 8 year-old-daughter had first been experiencing numbness in the lower part of her face (cheeks, chin, tip of nose) and fingers (began in March)....

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