If you’ve had a migraine with auras that triggered an epileptic seizure, you might have experienced migraine-induced epilepsy.
Another name for this phenomenon is migralepsy.
Scientists have debated the existence and terminology of this phenomenon for some time.
Currently, the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD-3) acknowledges it as “migraine aura-triggered seizure.”
However, epilepsy authorities do not acknowledge the condition.
For the controversy and its explanation, see the article below. It’s a must!
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