Regardless of her epilepsy, Maureen always knew that pregnancy and labor were going to be challenging. Yet she was surprised to find that postpartum care was where she found the least support from medical professionals for her unique needs as a person with epilepsy.
This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™. Follow along all month! This blog post was submitted by Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc., the Founding Sponsor of the November 2019 Epilepsy Blog Relay. Natalie B.’s Story Sunovion is proud to feature #MyEpilepsyHero Natalie Beavers, author of this post, who offers a window into the ups and … Read More
A new, national survey of adult epilepsy patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals (HCPs) revealed a wide range of challenges in the management of epilepsy, which affects more than three million adults in the United States.1 SK Life Science, Inc. engaged Kantar Health to develop the Seize the Truth about Epilepsy Perceptions (STEP) … Read More
This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™. Follow along all month! Laura’s Story Growing Up with My Sister, Ellyn…and Her Epilepsy My older sister Ellyn has epilepsy as a result of tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC). She was diagnosed at about three-months-old, so living with epilepsy was my normal. And by “living with epilepsy”, … Read More