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My psychiatrist is starting me on this at night but I'm worried about insomnia. I've noticed that in alot of the posts I have read, people have been taking this in the morning! What are ...
Posted 14 days ago • 2 answers
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Posted 5 Feb 2015 • 3 answers
My grandson takes lamictal 125mg and keppra 1000mg twice daily and he missed his morning dose can he take it in the afternoon?
Posted 11 Feb 2015 • 1 answer
Started this medication Lamictal today@ 25mg for 1wk and then take 50 mg the week 2. I am also taking 120Mg of Cymbalta. I am severely depressed, in chronic pain/with 2 back surgeries. All I do and ...
Posted 4 Feb 2015 • 1 answer
.Why is my doctor recommendig I take the medication Lamictal as part of my bipolar disorder treatment? Lamictal is an antiseisure medication, correct? I don't have seizures!
Posted 18 Jan 2015 • 3 answers
Hi! For over 10 year's I've taken prescribed sleeping meds. I also have anxiety and more recently? (within the last 1.5 years) was prescribed colonpan/alprazolam/Lamictal. My question is I ...
Posted 20 Jan 2015 • 3 answers
I have ultra ultra rapid cycling bipolar 2 mixed, cycling sometimes up to 8 times a day. Have either of you, or anyone else experienced cycling to this extent and has Lamictal been effective in this ...
Posted 6 Feb 2015 • 0 answers
am I not being patient enough? Or is this a sign that this is the wrong med for me? Please help. I've only just started. 25mg tittating
Posted 21 Jan 2015 • 2 answers
... normally take your lexapro? I take my Lamictal at night just cause it's convenient as I do not have any side effects from that drug. Should I take the lexapro with that before bed? On low ...
Posted 3 Jan 2015 • 3 answers
I am entering into some "get into it to get through it" Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I want an additional med to assist with the PTSD stuff. It's really quite severe. I had a, ...
Posted 31 Jan 2015 • 0 answers