A seizure diary can be a helpful record of what’s been happening with your epilepsy, for you and your doctor or epilepsy specialist.
You can use a seizure diary to record anything to do with your epilepsy. For example, when you have seizures, what type, and any possible seizure triggers. You can also record if you’re having any possible side effects from your anti-epileptic drugs.
If you feel that your seizures may be linked to your periods, you may also wish to record this in your diary.
- Download a paper seizure diary (PDF file)
- Download our iPhone or Android seizure diary and medication reminder app
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Updated March 2012To be reviewed March 2014