Epilepsy is a condition defined by unprovoked or reflex seizures often occurring without warning the condition impacts much of a patients life including personal safety memory and views by others those who have active seizures live with the fact that they can have a seizure at any time those whose seizures are controlled by medication live with the underlying side effects and the need to remember to take the medication at the correct times. The focus on gender related issues for women with epilepsy has heightened in recent years the emphasis however has been on the childbearing years epilepsy and antiepileptic drug treatment affect sexual development the menstrual cycle and aspects of contraception fertility and reproduction female patients with epilepsy at a reproductive age face a unique set of reproductive issues ranging from descriptions of disorders of reproduction in epilepsy and its causes to contraception . Au kanner andres m py 2009 5 1 y1 2009 5 1 n2 the comorbid psychiatric disorders in patients with epilepsy have been neglected for a long time and yet epidemiological studies have demonstrated a relatively high prevalence of mood anxiety and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders. Report from studies conducted among patients with epilepsy shows that the presence of mental complexities higher seizure recurrence sort of seizure and its seriousness longer length of seizure
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