My doctor (who I love), never really talked to me about other outside factors that could possibly still cause breakthrough seizures. It will be up to you. The meds can’t do it all, the doctors can’t do it all. You have to cultivate the freedom you desire.
As technology and the advancement of patient care continues to move forward, a greater need grows for Clinical Trials, participants, and staff. Could the stigmatization against the innovation of Clinical Trials be holding us back from a possible cure for epilepsy?
Why does it have to be a matter of either/or? You can either pay outrageous premiums, get a doctor who may not understand your condition, or go uninsured all together? Something has got to give in this broken system.
I encourage you to be your own best advocate. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Don’t wait until the appointment is over and wish you would have said something or got that burning question in.
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