Traveling with Epilepsy: A seizure in Buenos Aires

After college I moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina to teach English. The thought of being tethered to my neurologist and pharmacy drove me insane! Being told that I couldn’t travel alone simply inspired me to do so! The fact is, having epilepsy means you have a higher risk of early death, which for me translates to “experience what life has to offer, right now!”

Traveling with Epilepsy: Takeoff!

Meet Maureen Knorr, Living Well With Epilepsy’s newest writer. She’s traveling with epilepsy around the world – pills and all. I hope you enjoy her lighthearted approach to what can be some pretty complicated situations.

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