Mother Being Treated For Epilepsy Will It Affect The Two Months Old Baby

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McDonald Sorna Says:


My wife is being treated for epilepsy and is told to take Eptoin 100mg. We have a baby of two months old, is there any way that the baby would be affected by it anyways. Does baby gets any irritation due to the treatment.



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