Can I drive in Singapore if I have Epilepsy?

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No. The Road Traffic Act officially excludes patients with epilepsy from driving. Your doctor will advise you of this fact.

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As compared to LASIK patients, why do Epi-LASIK patients tend to have residual degree instead of perfect eyesight after surgery?

Actually, the basis of your question ie that epi-LASIK patients tend to have residual degree as compared to LASIK patients is not necessarily true. For example, in this Cochrane Database Review meta-analysis comparing LASIK with PRK (which is the same as epi-LASIK) https://www. ncbi. nlm. nih. gov/pubmed/23440799, the authors concluded that 'The two techniques appear to give similar outcomes one year after surgery.

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What are the signs and symptoms of epilepsy?

Epilepsy is not a single disease, but a mixed bag of conditions characterised by recurrent seizures. The manifestation of the seizures will depend on the extent and site of abnormal brain activity during the seizure. Epilepsy can therefore cause symptoms ranging from blank spells to one sided jerking to loss of consciousness and jerking of all the limbs.

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