Injuries and Side Effects of Anti-Seizure Medications
Medications are the primary way in which seizures are controlled and are almost always the first form of therapy. There are different types of medications for different types of epilepsy and seizure, but about 8 out of 10 people living with epilepsy take medication to help control their seizures.
SIDE EFFECTS OF ANTI-SEIZURE MEDICATIONS
During the first few weeks of taking anti-seizure medication, people can experience:
- Upset stomach
- Feeling tired or drowsy
- Blurred vision