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Spinning head and blurring vision after taking Devolprid. What may be the reason?

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Iam a epilepsy patient and iam taking devolprid 500 mg tablettwice a day. After taking devolpird 500 mg tablet iam getting symptoms of head spinning and i could not view images clearly. i.e 2 images are appearing at a time. this happens after 15mts from taking tablet and continues for 1 or 2 hours. this not happening when am taking trend xr 500 mg. what may be the reason.
Posted Sun, 29 Jul 2012 in Medicines and Side Effects
Answered by Dr. Pratap Sanchetee 1 hour later
Thanks for writing in.

1.     Different side effects are often seen with the drugs that you are taking when you switch brands. They are related to availability of drug and speed of release of drug. You should switch back to your earlier drug.
2.     In order to help you further, I would like to know the following:
a.     How long have you had epilepsy?
b.     When was the last attack? How frequently do you get these attacks?
c.     What are the EEG findings?
Awaiting your reply
Dr Pratap
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