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Epilepsy in Women (The Facts Series)
Epilepsy in Women (The Facts Series) by Tim Betts, Harriet Clarke 0199548838 9780199548835
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Epilepsy in Women (The Facts Series) by Tim Betts, Harriet Clarke

Women with epilepsy have different needs than men with epilepsy, especially at various stages in their life cycle. Epilepsy and its treatment can affect or compromise the menstrual cycle, contraception, fertility and pregnancy, child development in the womb, child care, and menopause. Conversely, the mesntrual cycle, contraception, pregnancy, and menopause can all affet epilepsy and its manaegment. Epilepsy in Women: The Facts adopts the female perspective and describes in detail the special problems that epilepsy can cause. It offers information and practical advice on the symptoms, diagnosis, and management of the different types of epilepsy, providing an invaluable resource that will empower women with the knowledge that they need to take control of their health and to cope with their condition. The book contains numerous case histories, which provide surprising insights into the experiences of women with epilepsy, and Myths and Facts boxes, which help the reader immediately highlight the most important information.

Author: Tim Betts, Harriet Clarke

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 184

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Publication Date: 2009-02-28

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ISBN: 0199548838


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