... but still work good?
16 Nov 2009
Finding the right anti-seizure medication for your situation might take time. Each medication has its own pros and cons, and until you try one, you won't know exactly how it'll affect you or how well it'll work. You may need to try several different seizure medications before finding the one, or the combination, that works best for you. Talk to your doctor about your options.
Here is a list of anti-seizure medications. If you click on the drug you will find information about the drugs use, precautions, side-effects etc.
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I have had epilepsy since I was 20 and am now 35. I now collect disibility because my seizures are not under control. I have at least 3 a day. I have ...
20 answers • 1 Sep 2009
... seizures! I am the patient with epilepsy(under control with a combination of 2 anti convulsent meds.prescribed by my neuroligist)I was prescribed ...
2 answers • 30 Nov 2010
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
... seem to?
1 answer • 3 Jan 2014
This is the only seizure medication she is on and the information I have found says Keppra is FDA approved only when added to other seizure ...
1 answer • 25 Mar 2015