Young people and epilepsy

Information for young people about epilepsy including how it may affect your life, education, relationships, driving or worklife. 

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Young people and epilepsy

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If you do feel down or worried about your epilepsy, you're not alone.

Let's be honest, you probably don't want to have epilepsy. Whether you've had epilepsy for a long time or if it's something that's new, you might have questions or concerns about it.

If you do feel down or worried about your epilepsy, you're not alone. Many young people with epilepsy may have the same worries that you have. 

Your feelings

If you do feel down or worried about your epilepsy, you're not alone. Many young people with epilepsy may have the same worries that you have. Some people find that talking about their concerns can help. There are lots of ways that you can connect with other people and get support.

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