Epilepsy mortal passed on to the subsequent equals?


i have epilepsy and i am the first and only person within my family to ever have it. if i have a child what is the chance of it having epilepsy? assumeing that the father doesnt have it. How often is that in general passed down? Are the chances high? im just suddenly highly worried about that and would like to know any information that anyone could give me. Thank you.
Answers:
Scientifically speaking, at hand is nothing to suggest a family of epileptics will have an epileptic child at any high rate than a non-epileptic child. If you're the only one, you probably won't.
50,000-1

are the statistics, considering the facts that there are approximately 50,000 americans with epilepsy.


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