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Dignosed with eplipsey and i need to understand what's happening to me

Month ago I had a seizure while sleeping where I lost control on urination and i ignored it (I didn't even understand that this could be a seizure or what is a seizure!) , till now I had 3 seizures while sleeping but without urination problem and I got simple seizures while I am awake ( sometimes I just loss concentration and i just focus at nothing ) the Dr.  Asked me for CT which was clear , MRI which also was clear then my EEG appears to be abnormal ( as a severe case ) this word severe I heard from a Dr.  After he read the report, I am breast feeding and the Dr.  Asked me to stop breastfeeding to start my medication , I didn't start it and recently I can't sleep at night or day -- is this because of eplipsey ?  And today I hurt myself when I just lost my concentration while I was in kitchen , I just lost it and got hurt -- is it because of eplipsey ? Sometimes I am afraid to have a seizure while I am alone at home with my baby -- could this happen? I am living in another country alone with no relatives or friends , what precautions I should take into consideration? Do all medications need me to leave breastfeeding ?
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