I''ve got epilepsy and have been taking tablets for years. Will this affect my chances of getting pregnant?

No, it should not affect your chances of getting pregnant. Bear in mind that the combined pill (COCP) is less effective if used with many traditional anti-epilepsy tablets, and you may therefore require a higher dose pill or else you may find yourself getting pregnant sooner than you thought! Before you try to get pregnant, though, remember to tell your doctor as it may be sensible to change the tablets you are on, adjust the dose or stop them altogether if you have been fit-free for a number of years.
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