Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 5th, 2000
These women, members of the British Epilepsy Association, responded to a survey sent to them by P. Crawford and associates at the York District Hospital in New Yorkshire, England.
Thirty-one percent of the women responded to the survey, giving a sample size of 1855 women. The women responded to questions about drug therapies, drug side effects, lifestyle impact, seizure control, and practitioner care.
A majority of women were taking older antiepileptic medications (89%), while only 30% of the women...
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