Epilepsy tablets and pregnancy








Epilepsy Contraception, Epilepsy and Pregnancy

6/10/2014
03:47 | Author: Steven Lewis

Epilepsy tablets and pregnancy
Epilepsy Contraception, Epilepsy and Pregnancy

This leaflet provides some initial advice about contraception and pregnancy for women If you are taking an anti-epilepsy medicine which is not a liver enzyme.

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It may be preferable to consider an alternative method of contraception if you are taking lamotrigine and need to use contraception.

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Most pregnant women with epilepsy have a normal pregnancy and childbirth.

They will be able to l you if your epilepsy treatment affects any methods of contraception.

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Women, Pregnancy, Epilepsy Deaing With Periods, PCOS

4/9/2014
05:54 | Author: Allison King

Epilepsy tablets and pregnancy
Women, Pregnancy, Epilepsy Deaing With Periods, PCOS

Will having epilepsy make it harder for me to conceive? If I do get pregnant, how will I manage my seizures while I'm expecting? Could my antiseizure drugs.

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Department of Neurology - Pregnancy and Epilepsy - OU Medicine

12/18/2014
03:19 | Author: Steven Lewis

Epilepsy tablets and pregnancy
Department of Neurology - Pregnancy and Epilepsy - OU Medicine

In response to questions concerning epilepsy in pregnancy, the Professional QUESTION: Does epilepsy, or do drugs taken during pregnancy, affect the baby?.

Women who seek advice after becoming pregnant should continue the drug therapy because if major anatomical malformations have occurred, it would most likely be past the time for it to occur.

They certainly can become pregnant and have perfectly normal babies. ANSWER : Women with epilepsy are no different from others in this respect.

QUESTION : If a woman is already pregnant, should she stop medication?

Certain drugs seem more likely to cause problems: Trimethadione (Tridione) and paramethadione (Paradione) are more likely to cause severe congenital malformation.

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Epilepsy in pregnancy - Pregnancy and baby guide - NHS Choices

10/17/2014
01:28 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Epilepsy tablets and pregnancy
Epilepsy in pregnancy - Pregnancy and baby guide - NHS Choices

Find out about epilepsy and pregnancy, including the risks anti-epileptic drugs may have on your baby's health, and talking to your specialist about your.

This nationwide project is investigating which epilepsy treatments pose the lowest risk to a baby's health. This helps doctors give the best advice to women who are thinking of getting pregnant. Any pregnant woman with epilepsy can join the UK Epilepsy and Pregnancy Register.

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I have epilepsy. What do I need to know before I get pregnant

8/16/2014
01:05 | Author: Molly Young

Epilepsy tablets and pregnancy
I have epilepsy. What do I need to know before I get pregnant

Our expert answers: if you have epilepsy and are trying to get pregnant, it's best to see your GP for a review of your medication at least six months before you.

GP and expert in baby and women's health.

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