I was just diagnosed with Epilepsy yesterday. I am completely scared and I'm not really sure what to think. I had a grand mal on Jan. 19 at 33 years old. I have not had one since, but I do not want to live with what if's and have that consume my life. Now I was told that if I am seizure free for six months I will be able to drive again. Why is six the "magic" number and not 3,4 or even 12 months for driving. And when will I feel comfortable driving with my kids in the car?
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