And another question... my baby's daddy is epileptic. He hasn't had a fit in over 10 years now (he's 19 now so not since he was a child), but technically he's still classed as epileptic. Does anyone know what the chances are my baby will have this? Is it just 50/50 or less? I'm quite concerned about this, it's my first baby and I find the prospect of it having fits terrifying. Thankyou
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