Tag Archives: My Epilepsy Story

Collaboration is Key Today is our 3rd Annual International Women With Epilepsy Day!  WOW, this has been an AMAZING journey to get us here!  As I sit here thinking about what brought us to this day, I think of all the people that have worked together to change the lives of millions of women and […]

Meet Dr. Margaret Beigel, an Ohio State University Neurology Resident   Tell us a bit about yourself. Hey everyone, I am Margaret – a current PGY3 neurology resident at The Ohio State University. I am a Ohio native and grew up in a big family with 7 brothers and sisters. My childhood was filled with […]

Meet Marika, an Ohio State Neurology Resident   Tell us a bit about yourself. I moved around a lot growing up – lived in Oregon, California, New Jersey, Hawaii, and Kentucky – but sort of consider Louisville, KY to be my hometown as that’s where I went to college and medical school.  My husband is […]

My Epilepsy Story (MES) is partnering with The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center (OSU) to EMPOWER Women and Girls Living with Epilepsy this year.  OSU is contributing to some of our Transportation Program and Educational materials this year.  Today we are spotlighting Betty, an OSU employee and woman living with epilepsy, that is in our […]

As I sit here wondering  what to write my heart aches for so many this year all across the world…. The heartache, pain, and loss can be so overwhelming to comprehend.  Every year we think this will be the year to change or bring greatness into our lives.  As I reflect back on 2020 for My […]

I see your eyes above the mask you are wearing each day while you are at work, at the grocery store, on the bus or walking on the street. I see how tired you are of the endless fighting on social media, during this election cycle, in our government, in our places of work, with […]

My Epilepsy Story (MES) was founded based off inequities of research into epilepsy and women’s health, and the consequences of being in an under researched patient population. We see a continued need to address the healthcare disparities within the women with epilepsy community. Disparities in the quality of healthcare are known to persist in rural […]

Today on our EMPOWERING Women and Girls Living with Epilepsy video series we hear from Dr. Kimford J. Meador, Dr. Meador is a Neurologist and Professor of Neurology in Palo Alto, CA at Stanford University School of Medicine in the Department of Neurology & Neurological Sciences and currently sees patients at Stanford Neuroscience Health Center. […]

Preparing for the Coronavirus can be stressful so we have compiled a list of things to help you during this time: Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water especially after using the restroom, before a meal, and after sneezing, blowing your nose or coughing.  Stay home if you are sick  […]

I became interested in epilepsy very soon after I started my Neurology residency. The intricacies of the disease, the ability to make a meaningful difference in terms of treatment and quality of life, and the wonderful patients that I get to see that have been diagnosed with this chronic condition have made me want to work […]