Seizures and epilepsy after stroke
In the first few weeks after a stroke, some people have a seizure, and a small number go on to develop epilepsy – a tendency to have repeated seizures. These can usually be completely controlled with treatment. This factsheet explains what epilepsy is, the different types of seizures, and how epilepsy is diagnosed and treated. This guide is also available as a free download.
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