I was told by my neurologist that SERB, in France, would only make the drug Mysoline using the correct compound if it could change the name to Primidone. I have researched on the internet and found this to be true. I ask my pharmacist every time I collect my prescription for Primidone 'Is it Mysoline', but I am never convinced, which I would be if I received the medication in a SERB branded box. I would add I had a grand mal attack last year as I had been given the generic mysoline and taken to hospital. My neurologist put me back on BRANDED mysoline.
As Mysoline is now called Primidone how can I be sure I receive ONLY Mysoline?
Added 7 Sep 2016:
I was told by my neurologist that - 'Mysoline is an unforgiving drug' ( he was referring to me having been given LAMOTROGINE for 8 months when taken off Mysoline). Would anyone know what he meant ?
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