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Child on epilex chrono, eptoin, has difficulty in speaking, is hyperactive, salivates continuously. Advice?

Taking epilex chrono200 twice a day and eptoin 100 mg twice a son 5 year old 2,21kg. he is the patient of seizure disorder from last three year .he is ok with this medicine. at the age of 5 he is not able to speak properly he speak few thing only,larva come from mouth every time.he is hyper active . he understand the thing happen around him. pls give me some advice
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Dear Gogku,
As you have said your child is taking EPILEX CHRONO200, EPTOIN 100.
Now he is 5 yr old and still not able to speak. So I feel you should perform an IQ assesment. For his other behavioral problem he may need some low dose Risperidon, which will help him severly.
Dont waste time just go for an IQ, he may need some special attention and care. You may consult an PSYCHAITRIST , he will guide you in this matter.
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