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As Mysoline is now called Primidone how can I be sure I receive ONLY Mysoline?

Posted 7 Sep 2016 by Carole Willis 0 answers

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 ...

As Mysoline is now called Primidone, the same as the generic form, how can I be sure I receive?

Posted 9 Sep 2016 by Carole Willis 0 answers

... Mysoline only. Just over three years ago I started having minor seizures (partial) and 'absence attacks', which I hadn't had for 6 years. I had always received Mysoline in their branded box, but was given them in a 'brown' bottle and told by the pharmacist 'they ...

Which drug is better ... Briviact or Mysoline (Primidone) ?

Posted 9 May 2016 by DrugInquirer 0 answers

Which has less side-effects, especially tiredness or edginess ? I am currently taking Mysoline (Primidone): 250 mg, 3x/day ... reduced from 300 mg, 3x/day, due to the Primidone level in my blood being too high... approx.16. After a few months, at the current dose, the level is roughly 13.5. ...

Are there any differences between the brand Mysoline and a generic equivalent?

Posted 24 Feb 2015 by 18159651 2 answers

I have been a 30 year plus user of Mysoline. I have had no seizures. About 20 years ago, I used a generic for about 5 days, and had a seizure. I went back on to the Mysoline, and have been seizure free. I am having trouble ordering the 250mg dosage, and with Medicare, the co-pay is expensive. I am ...

Primidone - How hard is it to get off Mysoline. I've been on it since I was young. I'm now 45 years?

Posted 23 Aug 2014 by ItalianLady30 2 answers

... old. I take 250mg 3x a day. I'm also having problems with my bones because of Mysoline. I know it's a hard drug to get off of. I was wondering if anyone has been on it for a very long time and is now off of Mysoline and what did u go through to get off of it??

Is Remeron a good drug when used with Mysoline and Dilantin?

Posted 13 Mar 2012 by Jud Hudon 1 answer

I am a lifelong epileptic and have recently been using Remeron for mild depression caused by acute pain over the Christmas holidays. I never had depression or anxiety in my life, probably because I use Mysoline (a type of Phenobarbital) and Dilantin for my epilepsy. During the past few days I have ...

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