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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Can epilepsy be outgrown?

    My child has been diagnosed with epilepsy. Can children outgrow epilepsy and seizures or does the condition stay with them all their life?
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  • Established in 1952, Epilepsy Action Australia provides education and support for people with epilepsy, their families and community, and professional groups. These services promote self-management … View Profile

    Many children outgrow their epilepsy, or have a long term remission from seizures. Epilepsy is not necessarily a lifelong disorder. There are however, some types of epilepsy that are considered lifelong so it will depend on the type of epilepsy your child has been diagnosed with.

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