Brain Trama

Patient

Q: I had brain surgery a month ago,to remove the scared tissue on my brain due to head trama.The trama happened in 2001 and I have been on alot of different meds.The trama caused me to have seizures and they have not been able to control them with regular meds..Do I have a good chance of never getting a seizure now that they removed the scared tissue from my brain.I have nothad a seizure since yhe surgery,but it has only been a month and I have gone as long as three months without having one.

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