Seizure control needs to be adapted for each individual child to get an optimal response. The most important thing is that a very thorough history has been taken and that all the basic tests e.g EEG have been done, to try and classify the type of epilepsy your child suffers from. Once this is done, the best advice is to stay with the same paediatrician, because the person who knows your child best will be in the optimal position to advise or refer as necessary.
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