... long time in pill form and now has to take it in liquid form, apparently no one makes it in pill form anymore? why is this? I can't seem to find any answers on my own
13 Oct 2010
Zarontin has been around for many years. I can only assume they have stopped making the tablet because over the years its use has declined and it is no longer financially viable.
There are alot of newer anti-epileptic drugs on the market now which are used more often because of their better safety and efficacy profiles compared with Zarontin.
I know this is of no help to you or your mother. It is often what happens!
All the best.
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