Epilepsy can affect children's learning?

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In most cases, epilepsy does not affect the child's learning. But in some of the children, especially children with frequent seizures may ha

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In most cases, epilepsy does not affect the child's learning. But in some of the children, especially children with frequent seizures may have learning difficulties. The cause of learning difficulties in children with epilepsy is not clear, which may be related to the age, frequency and location of the first episode. Some of the children with learning difficulties mainly in mathematics, followed by spelling, reading comprehension and word recognition function. In general, generalized seizures are worse than partial seizures, and boys are worse than girls. For children who are not good at learning, they must be patient and careful. The most important thing is to determine the correct diagnosis in time, adhere to the regular treatment, the early onset of clinical control is the key to restore normal learning ability.

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