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I am 38 . I was diagnosed with epilepsy when I was 13. all my life I was on medication Nd my epilepsy wasn't aggressive. whenever I had an episode it was purely my mistake either I skipped my meds or sleep less. my last episode was in 2013 after that I never had an episode . I start decreasing my meds from 2018 and completely stopped since 2020. I am still going good . I want to know does anyone have the same experience. do I need to worry if I'll have a sezuir again . these days I am going through alot of stress and I deep down I feel like it will trigger my epilepsy again . please help me here

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Based on the provided context, stress can potentially induce seizures. It's advised to try not to worry about it and take care of your health. However, there is no specific information available in the context about whether you need to worry about having a seizure again after stopping medication.

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