The seizure medication history log is very important to keep current. I use both methods listed below.
Take it to the doctor each time you visit. They ask every visit what meds and levels the child is on even though you think they should know. Also the history of meds helps to make decisions even when you think it will be just a routine checkup. Its hard to remember details quickly in a 15 minute visit without written backup.
Leave a copy of it with each your child’s doctors for their chart. It also helps to give a copy to the caregivers, grandparents, school nurse, or any one who would be responsible for your child.
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Sample Seizure Medication History
Seizure Medication History:
Medication Last Dosage Start Date Stop Date Reason On Reason Off
Another really good way to do this is use a software program such as SeizureTracker that is also free. https://www.seizuretracker.com
This program has charts and tables by different data including time of day, medicine, type of seizure, etc. You can video a seizure and track all the info needed for the event. This program data can also be shared with your doctor.