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Someone I know is mixing too many prescriptions and I dont know where to go to get answers?

Posted 15 Jun 2014 by leeafton 6 answers

Duloxetine, abilify, divalproex, soma, lortab, tizanidine please help

What are the pros and cons of switching from Depakote ER to the generic divalproex sodium?

Posted 19 May 2011 by sabisman 2 answers

Depakote ER has worked great for me, so I'm looking to stay with it, but and thinking about going with the cheaper generic. Has anyone else done this? Did you have seizures? Did you have any different side effects?

Divalproex Sodium - I have a question.. my daughters father has bipolar an depression.. well he can?

Posted 10 Oct 2011 by dlw76 4 answers

... afford to pay for both medicines so hes takes the one for bipolar (divaloproex sodium)... well im wondering if anyone knows of a cheap med for him to ask his dr for.. thanks

Divalproex Sodium - What side effects has anyone noticed on a 250mg dose?

Posted 29 Mar 2014 by Nursetotts 2 answers

I was just prescribed this medication for migraines. I'm terrified of weight gain but my dose is only 250mg. I'm trying to decide to take it or not. Opinions please.

How does it work for nerve pain?

Posted 3 Feb 2011 by ibmisst 2 answers

I was just perscribed this... I had a 3 level ( C3-C4 C4-C5 C5-C6 ) decompresive lamanectomy Spinal Stenosis 6/09... missed something on 2nd MRI... C7 is pinching off nerves left neck arms affecting whole body... I'm already on suboxone... helps every where else except left arm & neck can ...

Depakote - I have been on divalproex sod for about 3 and half weeks?

Posted 8 Dec 2014 by goushaw 3 answers

I do not cry constantly but i am still depressed, not sleeping well and extremely fatigued just like i was before starting it. The psychiatrist i have started seeing dianoised me as having bipolar 2 although i clearly do not meet the criteria except for bouts of depression from time to to time. I ...

No medication seems to work for me...What can be the cause to this?

Posted 9 Aug 2015 by waqark 2 answers

Dear members, I am new to this site as a member but have been frequently visiting it for self-education purposes for a while now. My main concern is that no medication on the market has seemed to work for me. I was initially diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder then Depression and finally ADHD. ...

Divalproex Sodium - I am taking 1000 MG of Divalproex. My hands and legs shake,my memory is very bad

Posted 27 Oct 2013 by oceanluvr 1 answer

... and my legs,ankles and face are swollen. Does anyone have the same side effects and is there something else I can take for Bi Polar

How do I find a good Psychiatrist and what to look for in that Doctor?

Posted 9 Dec 2013 by BigSpender 2 answers

My Psychiatrist just does not listen to my concerns. Im tired of talking, I've stop my medication cold turkey, Divalproex 500mg twice daily that I've been on for several years. I've been off of it for two months with no problems. I want to fine another Psychiatrist that listens and ...

Divalproex Sodium - Is divalproex used to treat depression?

Posted 19 Jan 2016 by Kelly1313 2 answers

Is it used in conjunction with sertraline or trazadone?

Medication side effects?

Posted 23 Jan 2016 by redwheels41 3 answers

I am experiencing blurred vision and was wondering if it is a side effect by the combination of medications one being effexor two being divalproex and the third being lyrica. If anyone can give me feedback it would be appreciated. Thank you

Can I take my medications at the same time?

Posted 29 Apr 2018 by rinsanada 1 answer

i'm taking buspirone, divalproex sodium sodium, latuda, and gabapentin. I take buspirone and divalproex sodium sodium twice a day, can i take them at the same time and can i take latuda and gabapentin at the same time? i also take meloxicam and lansoprazole. but i saw they don't have any ...

Seizure Prevention - Why do the seizure drugs divalproex sodium an dilantin?

Posted 1 Dec 2009 by tkb5055 1 answer

contain FLUORIDE... FLUOIDE is known to be TOXIC!!! Considering it states this fact right on our tubes of toothpaste!!! What are my alternatives??? Thank-you

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