Our expert says:
The only way to control epilepsy is by taking medication. He may get break-through fits if he maybe skipped a dose of medication or if he used other medications that influenced the metabolism of his epilepsy drugs. His neurologist will be able to advise him whether the dose needs to be increased or if there are medicines that he should not take with his current epilepsy medication. The neurologist should also determine the reason for his chronic headaches - is this due to muscle spasms or is it a kind of a migraine or does he maybe grind his teeth? This will determine what would work best as treatment.
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