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Posted 18 Jul 2010 • 4 answers
I have been on 2000 mg of Keppra twice a day, trying to switch me off Dilantin, and have been under increased stress recently. I have started experiencing missing periods of time (times where I have supposedly done something I can not recall). Has anyone else experienced these sort of problems.
Posted 30 Dec 2012 • 3 answers
Posted 4 Jun 2013 • 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 10 Jun 2013 • 3 answers
Itake a lot of high blood presseure meds,and heartmeds. A police officer informed they were supposed to to be in the container they came in.I have a pill box like everyone else
Posted 12 Dec 2011 • 1 answer
I have mononucleosis. Three weeks ago, after prolonged bed rest and anxiety, I got up and walked around too fast. I felt dizzy, light headed, weak, nauseous, my vision and hearing faded and I was telling my parents I was going to faint. They sat me in a chair and held me upright. They said I ...
Posted 8 Jan 2018 • 1 answer
I have been taking Dilantin for the past 26 years without any seizure. The insurance company just told me that they would no longer pay for the brand name, insisting that generic versions of Dilantin are now very safe. I heard many stories where people with a long history of seizure-free life ...
Posted 18 Oct 2015 • 1 answer
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