I know it was 6 years ago, but i just read your post and it was like I wrote it. I have the exact same situation going on with me...and i am on Lamictal...they started me with the dylantin as well and i couldnt remember my name on that stuff...I still have siezures with the Lamictal, though. They did happen to give me an EEG while I was having a siezure and they said they were "lucky" They said the siezures are coming from the temporal lobe. anyway i dont want to go on and on, but i was wondering what your status is now. Have they found anything that helps, and i wanted to ask you if you have any memory loss.that is the thing i hate the most. i can recover after a day of rest from a siezure but losing entire chunks of my memories is very disturbing.
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