My name is Dilini. I started to get seizures when I turned 9 years old. Though these seizures only occurred through deep sleep and I would not be aware that I am having a seizure until I wake up with a significant migraine. I did MRI scans PAT scans and CAT scans at the Royal Children Hospital but they could not find anything that confirmed that I had epilepsy so my diagnosis was left as a doubt. They however prescribed me Tegretol which controlled the seizures during normal stress levels. During periods of excess stress however, I would get the seizures despite me taking Tegretol. In 2001, the Royal Melbourne Hospital did an EEG scan on me and also found no confirmation of Epilepsy. During the EEG scan it was a requirement to stop my medication. Despite them stopping my medication, I did not have any seizures during the period I was in hospital. They then concluded that I was perfectly normal and that I am no longer required to take Tegretol. Then when my exams came, and my stress levels began to increase, I started to get the seizures all over again and I was put back on the Tegretol, having to take a higher dosage per day than I did prior to being admitted to hospital. In 2005 I was admitted to the Austin Hospital and the scans were then all repeated including the EEG scan. It was then they diagnosed me with Frontal Lobe Epilepsy. I continued to take the Tegretol and continued to see my Neurologist on a 6 monthly cycle. In 2007 after a trip overseas, I had an incident where I vomited my medication. I then had continuous seizers until I was admitted to a hospital where they combat the seizures by injecting the medication directly to my bloodstream. The seizures were then continued to be controlled by taking an even higher daily dosage of Tegretol. Then from August 2008 I began to get seizures during my sleep, during normal stress levels while being on Tegretol and then ultimately I started to get them during the day time. Therefore the Tegretol were not able to control these seizures. These seizures were different to the ones I normally get. These ones involve me having a sense of fear that develops, where my heart starts racing and I obtain a shock that runs throughout my body and then I lose control of my mind. It is a very bad experience to go through and I detest getting them as I am fully conscious when this happens. Since the Tegeratol was not working, I started to get quite worried as I did not have many options left that may help this problem. That was when I decided to try Ayurvedic medication. It was doctor Kumar who treated me. After about approximately three weeks of taking the Ayurvedic medication, my daytime seizures became stabilised. I still however continue to have the night time seizures; however instead of having the seizures every night, there will be one night per week where I have no seizure at all. This is a very significant improvement for me since prior to taking the medication it was impossible for me to drive as I had attacks during the day time. Work also became difficult as my work involves me using a great deal of my mental capacity. After taking the Ayurvedic medication which has combated my daytime seizures, I was able to drive again at the same time work without any problems. I am happy with my progress as a result of the Ayurvedic medication and I am continuing to take it as I am quite optimistic that I will get healed one day as a result of this medication. The oil treatment also helped a lot with its soothing technique which relieved a lot of tension in the mind and helped a lot with the healing process. Dr Kumar now continues to monitor me closely changing the medication during different time intervals as the healing process progresses.