Seizure Clusters 101

Learning the basics

Seizure clusters is a phrase that may be new to you. It describes a pattern in which a person has many seizures within a short period of time. Anyone with epilepsy may have seizure clusters. Find out more about seizure clusters in this section.

What are seizure clusters?

Get answers to why it is difficult to define seizure clusters.

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Seeking help for seizure clusters

Help prepare for your next doctor’s visit with questions to ask your healthcare professional. Learn how to work with your healthcare team to develop your own seizure care plan, too.

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Seizure disorders

Seizure clusters can happen to people with different types of seizure disorders. Learn about Sturge-Weber syndrome, PCDH19, Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, and Dravet syndrome.

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Terms to know

Find definitions for words and phrases used in this website and terms you may hear when you speak with your healthcare professional.

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