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Posted 15 Oct 2017 by • 1 answer
Posted 23 Oct 2009 by • 1 answer
is valproic acid more effective than valproate?i mean in its absorption and distribution,in its effect as antiepileptic drug.thanks.
Posted 13 Aug 2015 by • 1 answer
Hello everyone. This is my first post here and I really need your support and your experience. I've been suffering from eating disorder for 6 years now (1 year anorexia, 5 years binge and bulimia). I've been put on Topamax 100 mg for binge eating/bulimia and it's only one month ...
Posted 3 Aug 2015 by • 1 answer
... did you memory stop being an issue? I am in Nursing school and having the hardest time. I have always noticed the issue: word recall, etc. I'm weaning off now, but wanted to know how long it took to become "normal" again
Posted 18 Apr 2016 by • 1 answer
Medication is called Lamotrigine 200mg
Posted 4 Jun 2013 by • 2 answers
I have epilepsy. I have been on Dilantin for over 15 years. My doctor has switched me Lamictal about two months ago for my seizures. I'm currently on 450mg a day but will be upgraded to 500mg. I've noticed my moods have changed. I've been depressed and have a loss of appetite ...
Posted 12 May 2010 by • 7 answers
I had extremely bad withdrawls from xanax so doc was worried i would have seizure so she put me on it .5 2 times a day for month then taper down every month with lower dose think that will work? MY heart rate was 142 at docs could barely breath face so tight jumpy shaky pale in motion constantly ...
Posted 1 Oct 2009 by • 6 answers
I've been on Topamax since March 2009 and in the past few weeks (maybe 4-5) I've been having nightmares, not just bad dreams, but night terrors... really horrible stuff. I had a routine visit with my doctor on Monday and he cut my night time Topamax dosage back a little because he thinks ...
Posted 4 Mar 2012 by • 1 answer
i have been on welbutrin (bupropion) hcl (xl) 300 mg for about 5 years now. just don't feel like it is really working for me anymore and am experiencing weird tics and seizure like symptoms during the night. kind of scared about it and was thinking of talking to my dr. about switching to ...
Posted 17 Apr 2011 by • 2 answers
Posted 17 Mar 2011 by • 1 answer
Information on new FDA warning is not clear and seems not to indicate that it is based on only 4 cases ever reported in the US by the NAAED. I want to know if these are the same as doses for the prevention of migraine, not epilepsy.
Posted 15 Apr 2011 by • 2 answers
... because I have been taking this for a long time and now all of a sudden it just stopped working! So I went and got my drugs filled at a differant store and it was fine now it stopped working again? So now my doctor told be " he is aware of this" So if your drugs stop working beware? ...
Posted 16 Nov 2009 by • 5 answers
I've been on Lamictal and Seroquel for about two years (I started both at the same time). Due to a complicated situation, I wound up running out of Seroquel for several days. I was wondering if the Seroquel could have somehow stopped me from getting a rash. The rash is on the opposite side of ...
Posted 19 Aug 2009 by • 3 answers
maximum recommended dosage of lamictal or lamotrigene? i was switchd 5 months ago from lamictal to the generic lamotrigen, i think because of this i started having increased partial/complex partial seizures. My Dr then increased my dosage from 500 to 1200 milligrams a day. Pharmacy, and I ...
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