Can someone contact epilepsy if he have sister with epilepsy?

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.

No. Epilepsy is not a contagious disease or infection. It is not possible to "catch" epilepsy from someone. If your sister had a broken arm and you played with her, that would not break your arm. Epilepsy is also a physical condition. So you can very safely play with your sister and have no fears of catching epilepsy from her.