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Is epilepsy fully curable?



Is epilepsy fully curable?

If you get it when you are a child, there is a chance that it will go away. I had epilepsy as a child and it is gone. As the doc explained: As your brain grows the affected area of the brain can move or grow and the problem goes away..something like that, it was 20 yrs ago.
If you get it as an adult there is little chance that it will go away. The best you can hope for is to control it with medication. But as it has been pointed out, it may be uncontrollable.
No. Its often not even managable.
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