Says a new study published in Epilepsia.

Child’s IQ could possibly be suffering from mother’s epilepsy A brief history of maternal epilepsy and its associated treatment could be associated with impaired intelligence later on in life, says a new study published in Epilepsia how to . Dr. Nina Oyen, M.D., of the University of Bergen and Norwegian Institute of Open public Wellness, Bergen, Norway, investigated the I.Q. Levels of sons born to moms with and without epilepsy, and discovered a correlation between cleverness and the illness.