Living with epilepsy is a different experience for each individual, but there are common experiences we share. It helps to remember that there are millions of people around the world who are also living with epilepsy. These personal epilepsy stories may help if you are feeling isolated or alone.
The “Seize the Truth About Epilepsy Perceptions” (STEP) Survey was conducted online on behalf of SK Life Science, Inc. The results revealed important disconnects that exist between patients, caregivers and healthcare providers (HCPs). Read More
After years of seizure freedom, my epilepsy reared its ugly head again with cluster seizures. As a result, my neurologist prescribed medication again. Read More
We live in a society where we only see our friends and families positive highlight reel on social media. But Rachel found her visit to the EMU was the antidote. Read More
The doctor asked if I knew I had a pretty good size tumor or Adenoma, on my Pituitary Gland after I woke from seizures that progressed into a diabetic coma. Read More
It was back to the drawing board for me. I was left wondering if I could get lucky twice when it came to choosing a new doctor while living with epilepsy. Read More
Having a child with cerebral palsy and epilepsy has been a 'learn-as-I-go' experience, and I’ve really had to decide what is most important. To me, that is sticking to Colleen’s schedule, no matter what. Read More