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Substitute drug for epilex chrono and Frisium to avoid constipation side effects ?

Dear Dr What is the substitue drug for epilex chrono 500 and Frisium 10 without constipation side effects?My father taking epilex chrono 500mg for sleep myoclonus.But there is heavy constpation side effects.He wants to replace this drug with a different drug which does not cause constipation & other side effects.Also he is on cardiac medication which includes betavert, Minipress xl 0.25, dibecon,stimuliv syrup
Asked On : Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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its rare to have side effects with epilex chrono though can happen with frisium still its uncommon
well you need to consult your neurophysician about alternative medications but likely that his symptoms could be controlled with medications, adequate hydration and mobilisation
hope this answers your query
do get back if any further questions to be answered
wish you a speedy recovery
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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