My sister has been having seizures. So, we consulted a doctor, who said she has abnormal brain activity. Her EEG showed abnormal spikes. Currently, she is taking Levipil 1000, twice a day. What is going on with my sister? No one is explaining anything, and the medication is affecting her behavior too much. Please help.
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Thank you for the quick reply. I am just a student, and I only understand a little about what she is going through. Please explain the consequences of her present condition. How is the medication helping her? One of the reasons behind her behavior is that she thinks her condition cannot be treated. She is only 15 years old, and she is too young to think about all this. Please explain the general condition of people going through such conditions.
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