... to 200 mg per day) for past 4 years and I am forgetting certain incidents in the near past and takes some time to remember them... Is it due to Lamictal or to the mild seizures that I get once or twice per month???
Yes, memory decrease is a known side effect of Lamictal.
Nervous System:Frequent: Confusion and paresthesia. Infrequent: Akathisia, apathy, aphasia, central nervous system (CNS) depression, depersonalization, dysarthria, dyskinesia, euphoria, hallucinations, hostility, hyperkinesia, hypertonia, libido decreased, memory decrease, mind racing, movement disorder, myoclonus, panic attack, paranoid reaction, personality disorder, psychosis, sleep disorder, stupor, and suicidal ideation. Rare: Choreoathetosis, delirium, delusions, dysphoria, dystonia, extrapyramidal syndrome, faintness, grand mal convulsions, hemiplegia, hyperalgesia, hyperesthesia, hypokinesia, hypotonia, manic depression reaction, muscle spasm, neuralgia, neurosis, paralysis, and peripheral neuritis.
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