Our expert says:
Its not so much a question of whether, historically, you used to have seizures, but whether you currently are at increased risk of having seizures. Especially if you drive or otherwise get into situations where having an unexpected seizure could be risky, meds to reduce that risk would be valuable.
I still think if I were involved, Id want to think very carefully about whether the specific ADs, alone or in combination, were causing the seizures, and whether they are utterly essential, or if they could with benefit be swapped for a different AD.
You will not have been damaged in any lasting sense. Where increased seizure actitiy is the result of a drug being unduly stimulating, changing or stopping the drug ( gradually rather than suddenly ) ends the problem.
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