Zonegran can cause what's called what's called menorrhagia, which is excessive uterine bleeding, around the same time you'd expect your period or in the same intervals. Menometrorrhagia is similar and also rarely reported, but unlike menorrhagia, bleeding can be at any time.
If this is something you're having a problem with, you should see your doctor. Both can cause anemia and you should have your iron levels checked as well as see if another medication may be a good idea which is really something only your doctor and you can decide.
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