Sps epilepsy and driving??

Patient

Q: Hi there can i drive with sps epilepsey i have never blacked out, ive been tread for depression for 13 years thats what my gp thought i had

Doctor

A:   You must check with the appropriate licensing authority. Most licensing departments do not allow driving of vehicles by persons until they have been seizure-free for a specified period of time, usually 3 months to 1 year.

You must check with the appropriate licensing authority. Most licensing departments do not allow driving of vehicles by persons until they have been seizure-free for a specified period of time, usually 3 months to 1 year.


 

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