Here's mine:I really found this part of the article comforting.
This however didn't feel so good. Have my druthers about being in the 10 per cent.In general, the psychological and social consequences of disabling complex partial seizures that develop over time in many people with epilepsy have a much more negative impact than any adverse effects of surgical treatment.
Because TLE with mesial temporal sclerosis is refractory to antiepileptic medications in more than 90% of patients with the condition.
That's probably because neurofeedback isn't covered by insurance, whereas brain surgery is. As you know, I have refractory epilepsy and had a left temporal lobectomy that made seizures worse for me. I certainly can't afford NFB now. Who covers the cost of NFB?I still say, give neurofeedback a shot someday if you can. MTS may be refractory to medications, but there haven't been any studies showing whether or not it's refractory to NFB. The brain is so plastic, it's amazing what it can be taught to do.