Seizure Diary

Keeping a seizure diary can be an important part of caring for someone who has seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS). By keeping a record of the number, type, and severity of seizures, you can begin to measure your loved one's seizure status. For instance, you or your healthcare provider may wish to know:

  • Whether a new medication is reducing the number of seizures and what type of seizures are occurring most frequently
  • Whether a new medication is causing any side effects
  • What possible triggers lead to seizures

If this is your first seizure diary

A seizure diary can be a helpful tool for a caregiver. But please note that when you first begin keeping the diary, it could seem as if your loved one is having more seizures than before. This may be a result of your increased awareness of the seizure activity.

Be sure to share this information with your healthcare provider.


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