The Ipswich Epilepsy Support Group would like to thank The Ipswich Regent Theatre and The New Wolsey Theatre for thier help and kindness when two of our members had seizures. The Ipswich Regent put the person and their family in a box at no extra cost after the member had a seizure and the New Wolsey Theatre rearranged a show to another time of the week as one of our members could not make the show owing to a seizure lasting into the evening. This was offered by the member of staff automatically. Thank you again for being so understanding to our members.
Pharmaceutical company Teva is discontinuing its version of Oxcarbazepine tablets. It has already discontinued the 600mg and 300mg tablets, and will discontinue the 150mg tablets this year when current stocks run out. Other manufacturer’s versions of Oxcarbazepine tablets are still available. If people have any concerns about taking a different version of Oxcarbazepine, Epilepsy Action advises they speak to their GP epilepsy nurse or specialist.
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The Ipswich Epilepsy Support Group would like to thank everyone who supported and helped with our yearly quiz and made it such a succussful evening, we raised £920.
We would also like to thank the following companies for there donations and the generosity of people who kindly gave us draw prizes for our grand draw on May 18th May 2019.
Coes Of Ipswich, Riverside Theatre Woodbridge, Ipswich Regent, Crown Pools,The New Wolsey Theatre, Sainsburys,The Froize and Riverhills Health Club and Boutique Spa and also The Norbridge Social club for letting us hold our yearly quiz at there venue.