Children Exposed to Epilepsy Drug Had Poorer School Results
Women with epilepsy are currently advised to continue taking epilepsy drugs even during pregnancy. Taking the seizure controlling drugs can prevent convulsions that can harm both mother and the unborn child. Exposure to epilepsy drugs in the womb is linked to poorer performance in school tests among 7-year-olds, according to a new study.
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