Epilepsy and pregnancy: New clinic makes having healthy children possible

Women who suffer from epilepsy — a neurological disorder marked by sudden, recurrent seizures that are associated with abnormal electrical activity — have a lot to consider. Those concerns range from the impact of hormones on seizures, choosing seizure medications and birth control, pregnancy, parenting, menopause, bone health and more. That’s why Dr. Debra Moore-Hill, a physician with Augusta University Neurosciences Center of Excellence, offers a clinic dedicated to women and the issues they face with epilepsy, just one of them being pregnancy.

Find out more about epilepsy and pregnancy in this post on the Your Health Today blog.

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