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Dupuytren~sq~s and Epilepsy....and more
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Bret

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Dupuytren~sq~s and Epilepsy....and more

I was diagnosed with epilepsy 26 years ago...so I've been taking one or two antiepileptic drugs for 26 years. I was FORMALLY diagnosed with DC about 4 years ago (although I'd been exhibiting signs of it for about four years before that). I was also diagnosed with Peyronie's about six years ago. (And I'm developing Lederhose's...)

Both doctors that made the diagnoses (Peyronie's, Dupuytren's) told me that they were related to antiepileptic drugs. (Neither mentioned alcoholism.)

I'd like to hear from anyone that has Dupuytren's, and has epilepsy or is alcoholic...I need to know that any and/or all of these conditions are survivable! Email me anytime.

Cath 

Cath 
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Hi Bret,
Instead of searching for further property I thought I'd have a change and go to this site.
I see you have the condition like myself with epilepsy as well.
I started getting the condition two years after I was given an extra dose of phenytoin and was also given mysoline.
A few years ago a chap from Australia was asking if anyone had the condition as well as taking mysoline so I feel the drugs don't help.
With myself it is also hereditary so no chance!
All my brothers and male cousins have it but I am the only female of this generation.
Let us hope they find what is coursing the condition as after all I've had with ep it would be very difficult to take in if my lads got the condition.
Hope all goes well,

Cath

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