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MRCOG Part 2, MRCOG II

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Forum >> Epilepsy in pregnancy
Epilepsy in pregnancy Posted by PAUL A.
Tue Aug 23, 2016 01:23 am

Question

Which group of women with epilepsy can be managed as ‘low-risk’ during pregnancy?

 

A.  Women not taking anti-epileptic drugs

B.  Women who have been seizure-free for at least 5 years

C.  Women who have been seizure-free for at least 10 years

D.  Women with partial seizures and seizure-free for at least 5 years

E.  None of the above 

Posted by AMRO R.
Tue Aug 23, 2016 12:01 pm

C

Posted by PAUL A.
Tue Aug 23, 2016 12:32 pm

C is an incorrect answer - see new RCOG Guidelines or BusySpR Notes on epilepsy in pregnancy

Posted by PAUL A.
Wed Aug 24, 2016 01:00 am

Correct answer = E

Explanation

  • Women who have remained seizure-free for at least 10 years (with the last 5 years off AEDs) and those with a childhood epilepsy syndrome who have reached adulthood and are treatment-free are considered no longer to have epilepsy.
  • A neurologist should make the decision regarding the resolution of epilepsy on an individual basis. These women can be managed as low-risk