reasonable adjustment &difficult to control epilepsy
WHAT CAUSES DIFFICULT TO CONTROL EPILEPSY?
tHERE CAN BE A LOT OF REASONS WHY you might have difficult to control epilepsy. Some people's epilepsy begins because they have a part of their brain that is imperfectit. This imperfection can be quite small and would not be noticed at all if it it didn't cause seizures . It may be that there is scar tissue resulting from a difficult birth or from an illness, such as meningitis cystitis and tumours can also cause seizures.
For some people the damage to the brain can be more serious.They may of had a severe blow to the head,for example or perhapstheir brain failed to develop properly in the womb.
There is more than one type of epilepsy. In some types of epilepsy we know that seizurescan be difficult to control.although doctors don't always know why that is. So the type of epilepsy you have can affect how easy or difficult it is to control seizures.
Epilepsy is more common in some other medical conditions, such as cerebal palsy, tuberous sclerosis and severe learning disabilities. Where epilepsy is strongly linked to another condition, it tends to be difficult t control.
For a small number of people, there does not seem to be any reason why someone has difficult to control epilepsy. And some people who have been diagnosed with difficult to control epilepsy, If this has happened to you, it may be a good idea to be referred for re-assessment.