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Switching from Trileptal to Aptiom?

Posted 3 Jun 2017 by ywolf 1 answer

Oxcarbazepine (Trileptal) has become unbearable for me with the adverse effects I've been experiencing, so my neurologist recommended Aptiom. I read that it's possible to make an overnight switch between these two drugs. Has anyone here tried this? I am very interested (desperate ...

Saphris interaction with epilepsy medication?

Posted 4 Nov 2016 by holdorfs 2 answers

I have epilepsy and just started taking Saphris two weeks ago. I am seizure free but am on three primary medicines. I currently take 800 mg of Lamitcal, 400 AM and 400 PM. I take 500 mg Aptiom PM. For sleep I take 2 mg clonazepam before bed. I am starting Saphris at 5 mg at bed time but am ...

My daughter just started Aptiom 400mg for 1 week then up to 800mg. She is having a hard time?

Posted 29 Jul 2016 by LAHil 0 answers

... talking. Like her speech is garbled and slow. Is this normal at first? No other side effects yet. Will it get better during the week? I checked and this is not due to a drug interaction with her other meds

Peripheral Neuropathy - Efficacy of Aptiom taken with Gabapentin?

Posted 22 Feb 2016 by Mayon 0 answers

I have Neuropathy for 6 years now and I am taking Gabapentin. It does not help me but I still take it for lack of better treatment for me. I could not take Lyrica, Cymbalta or any of those anti-depressant medications as they gave me extremely negative thoughts and fogginess. I saw a new neurologist ...

Aptiom - has anyone experienced excessive dreaming?

Posted 19 Mar 2015 by kjcolmo 1 answer

I am dreaming every night all night off and on. Also experiencing ALOT of other affects. Please input? Do you experience them to? Eyes burn, swollen eyes, headache, sudden sweats, confusion and I lose train of thought, change of heart rate, insomnia, trouble falling asleep.

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