I had adverse effects using lamictal- the reason for my question.
22 Sep 2009
Lacosamide and Lamotrigine (Lamictal) are both used to control seizures. They are completely different chemical compounds and unrelated in anyway to eachother.
You can view side-effect profiles of Lacosamide and Lamotrigine here:
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