Last updated on: December 20th, 2023

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Seizure Disorders 2

A 25-year-old woman presents to the clinic with a history of recurrent seizures for the past two years. She has been experiencing generalized tonic-clonic seizures at least once a month. She is otherwise healthy and has no significant past medical history. See is sexually active with one male partner and takes oral contraceptive tablets. After a thorough evaluation, she is diagnosed with epilepsy. What is the most appropriate first-line treatment for this patient?

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