My son suffered a TBI in August 2011. Two months later he started having seizures. He's been on Hydrocodene, Percocets, Xanax, Dillantin, K-pro buspar and numerous other drugs. Currently he is taking Hydrocodene, Buspar, and K-pro. He cannot take aspirin or nsaids. The side effects are causing more problems than good. What other medication can be used together without the side effects. Valium has help more than the Xanax with the K-pro and the low dosage of hyrocodene hasn't caused the seizures.
What are the best medication for chronic pain, anxiety and seizure disorders?
Question posted by rhondacobb29 on 23 Dec 2012
Last updated on 23 December 2012 by kaismama
TBIs are hard to treat, and take alot of experimentation to get it right. What is the K-pro? I'm thinking 2 things, either potassium or ketaprofen. I'm hoping not the ketoprofen because that's an NSAID and he can't take them. What side effects is he having? I'm wondering too, why isn't he on seizure medication?
I'm a little confused as he is not taking anything to address the seizure problem if he is only taking hyfrocodone, BuSpar and ketoprofen. The pain is being address by the hydrocodone and ketoprofen (if that is what you meant by k-pro) and BuSpar is used for anxiety treatment. There are severa medication that are effective against seizures and will help with pain depending on its source such as Neurontin. What is the cause of his pain and seizure activity?
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