Planning Pregnancy

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Submitted by Linda McGlone

Having a baby is a monumental joy. It’s also scary, exhausting, distressing and a cause for seemingly boundless new anxieties. When you’re a woman with epilepsy, the additional layer of practical considerations and worries can make it very daunting indeed. Professor Cecilie Lander discusses some of the things that people with epilepsy need to consider when planning a pregnancy.

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