Seizure Tracker - Empowering Women with Epilepsy
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Seizure Trackerâ„¢ - Empowering Women living with Epilepsy

Check out the tools on Seizure Tracker designed specifically for Women living with seizures.

These tools have been developed with input from multiple clinicians, advocates and individuals living with epilepsy.

Did you know...
Women can record their menstrual cycle, birth control methods and pregnancies on This data can help your care providers make more informed decisions about therapies.

Things to consider:

  • Abnormal menstrual cycles are more common in women with epilepsy
  • Hormonal cycles can influence how often and when seizures happen
  • Some seizure medications can impact how well birth control methods work
  • Some birth control methods can impact seizure control
  • It is important to record your birth control method along with your menstrual cycle information

For more information about special consideration for women with epilepsy please contact a qualified epileptologist. You can use the National Association of Epilepsy Centers search tool to find one in your area.

EBCRThe Birth Control and Pregnancy tools on Seizure Tracker were built in collaboration with the Epilepsy Birth Control Registry.

Visit the EBCR website here to learn more about the registry and to review its educational material.

Data Share toolLeverage the extensive features of
The Seizure Tracker website provides multiple tools focused on helping women living with Epilepsy. While recording seizure activity is one of the most important aspects of managing epilepsy, collecting other lifestyle data can help as well. Visit the help section to learn more about these tools...

Get the Seizure Tracker Mobile App!

Get the Seizure Tracker Android App!
You can download the mobile app from iTunes or Google Play.
Do I need to sync the App to to use it?
No, however to access the app graphs and many other features on the website you will need to create and connect to a user account. Check out the many additional Seizure Tracker tools by visiting the website help section.

Other helpful links:
EBCR Educational Information
My Epilepsy Story (patient advocacy for women and girls)
Create Seizure Tracker account
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