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.
It's not unusual for people to worry about their sex life, whether they have epilepsy or not. Getting close to someone else can be great but it can also leave you feeling vulnerable.
If you are at school, college or university and you have epilepsy, a law called the Equality Act 2010 aims to make sure you are treated fairly by everyone involved in your education. This includes lessons, trips out, practical subjects and exams.
Getting around and being independent is an important part of growing up. Find out about epilepsy and driving, transport and travelling.
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