21 Sep 2010
This is what was found on the net: Vimpat (lacosamide) is a prescription medication approved to treat certain types of seizures (known as partial-onset seizures, partial seizures, or focal seizures) in people 17 years old and older. It is approved for use only in combination with other seizure medications.
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- Vimpat Information for Consumers
- Vimpat Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Vimpat (detailed)
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Trying to find out how long Vimpat (anti-seizure med) has been on the market.
2 answers • 9 Jan 2010
I take 300 mg dilaltin and 100 mg vimpat now. I want to get off dilantin and my doctor has set up a weaning program for me to go only to vimpat. ...
1 answer • 23 Feb 2012
My nephew was diagnosed with Low-T and was prescribed cypionate and gives himself the injections at home. I was diagnosed two days ago with Low-T and ...
0 answers • 8 Mar 2012
My neurologist has given me a prescription for Vimpat 50 mg, to be taken BID, as i was looking at reviews it was mostly all about people with ...
1 answer • 18 Nov 2013
What does this do?
1 answer • 29 May 2014