I have a brain hemorrhage last year, which led to seizure sequelae this year, and the hospital doctor said I have to take medication to control it all the time.
If you have been taking medication to control your epilepsy, it will not affect your ability to have a baby after marriage, depending on what medication you take.There is also a good control of epilepsy for more than 3 years without seizures, you can gradually stop the medication.But do not stop the medication without permission.Always stop the medication under the guidance of your doctor.
Although it is secondary epilepsy, it is not recommended to prepare for pregnancy during the medication period, because the drugs used to treat epilepsy may have some adverse effects, which may cause abnormal fetal development, so it is important to choose carefully.
Generally, secondary epilepsy does not affect fertility, but it is important to follow medical advice on medication to reduce the chance of seizures after they have been controlled smoothly.If you want to prepare for pregnancy, it is best to stop the medication after 1 to 3 months. You should also maintain a good emotional state and avoid all seizure triggers.