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Seizures a distaster in waiting

 DEAR DR. GOTT: I am worried about my daughter-in-law. She is 24 and has occasional seizures. She has had them since she was a little girl and took a bad fall. She used to take seizure medicine, but she has no insurance, so she takes nothing now. Plus, she said the medicine never really helped her. She has had no seizures now for about five months. However, while visiting her last week, I noticed her eyes flutter and roll constantly. They never did that before. I was really concerned about this change. Is she setting herself up for a big ...


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