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Difficulty getting your meds?

The UK is experiencing shortages in certain medications, many of which are prescribed for epilepsy. If you are worried about your supply of anti-seizure medications or are having difficulty getting hold of certain prescribed medications speak to your epilepsy team for more advice. Do not stop taking your medication or reduce dosage. Always speak to your doctor before making any changes to your meds.

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