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Taking levetaserum or keppra for epilepsy. Diagnosed PCOD. Am I safe?

hi am taking levetaserum(keppra)500 mg twice daily for epilepsy and and have now been prescribed G-REG-SR 500 twice daily by my doctor as i was diagonized with PCOD . I am obese and on a strict diet and excercise schedule to lose some weight. So will there be a problem in taking these two tablets together. ALso take larpose 1 mg daily night for sleep problems
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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Your medicines are absolutely right except habit of taking sleeping pill everyday.
This leads to addiction and shall cause problems later on.
The hallmark of treatment for PCOS is reduction of weight and good amount of exercises daily along with METFORMIN.
Take METFORMIN half hour before meals and KEPPRA after the meals.
Answered: Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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