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Epilepsy and Pregnancy

Created:   4/10/2012
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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: Are Pregnant Women with Epilepsy Properly Counseled on Risks for Malformations? What Electronic Medical Records Revealed

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Valproate Associated with Increased Risk of Autism in Maternal Epilepsy

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: For Pregnant Women, Carbamazepine May Carry Little Risk for Seizures

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Newer Antiepileptic Drugs Found Safer for Fetal Development, Study Says

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Danish Study Challenges Data on Risk of Teratogenesis with Newer Epileptic Drugs

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FDA Warns That Topiramate Could Cause Birth Defects: What to Tell Patients

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AAN Develops Quality Measures for Epilepsy

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Pregnancy Outcomes Encouraging for Women with MS, Epilepsy

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Updated AAN Guidelines for Managing Women with Epilepsy: What's Safe, What's Not

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UK Pregnancy Study Finds Slight Increase in Birth Defects with Topiramate

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Valproate During Pregnancy Has Deleterious Effect on Infants' Cognitive Development

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Are Conflicts of Interest in Journal Studies Unavoidable?

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Registries Track Impact of Antiepileptics in Pregnancy

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Gender‐Specific Issues for Women With Epilepsy

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Neurologists and Others Need to Bone Up on Women's Health Issues in Epilepsy

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How to Treat Women With Epilepsy: Current Research and Resources

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Neurology Responds to Concerns for Patient Safety

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Are Pregnant Women with Epilepsy Properly Counseled on Risks for Malformations? Dr. Jacqueline A. French Responds

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Are neurologists discussing folic acid supplementation and contraception with women of childbearing age? A new AAN annual meeting report found that in nearly half of cases, there was no documented discussion in electronic medical records showing that women had been counseled about the risks of taking valproic acid; nor was there was there mention of the importance of taking folic acid. In a video interview, Jacqueline A. French, MD, professor of neurology at New York University Comprehensive Epilepsy Center and president of the American Epilepsy Society, discusses what this can mean for clinicians seeing women with epilepsy of childbearing age.

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