... currently take no meds for epilepsy. Do u think I will be ok?
14 Jan 2012
I have had epilepsy all my life,(57 years) and did not have a major seizure for 22 years, but when i did in 1987, i had to be put on a new regimen of anti-convoulsives for life.You say that you are not taking any medicine @ this time,but it is hard to say whether you will have another "episode" or not.
If i were you,i would consult with either your primary care doctor,or neurologist on this matter.I hope that this will guide you in your quest.
A friend who understands epilepsy.
14 Jan 2012
Hi LaceyLee1303, have you been prescribed the Promethazine for nausea/vomiting, this is what I am taking it for and is very good for that. But I did read somewhere that there is a caution for someone who has seizures, so unless your doctor prescribed this to you taking this drug might not be in you best interest. Hope this helped you a little, Liz.
- Promethazine Information for Consumers
- Promethazine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Promethazine (detailed)
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