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Anticonvulsant therapy for nneurological seizures and medication for parasite

hi Doctor, after i took treatment of Zentel last month for the parasite i had neurological symptoms seizures... in a head & I don t know what to do, i tried to do massage it helped but a little. on the leaflet of zentel they mentioned if i had this issue i must start immediately an appropriate steroid and anticonvulsant therapy , can you advise what kind of medicine is that? and tk u
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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I have seen your description. In all probability you had exacerbation of cysticercosis in brain which sometimes occur after treatment with albendazole (Zentel). It can be confirmed by doing a plain and contrast MRI of head. Since one month has elapsed, requirement for steroid may not be there. For anticonvulsant your doctor will like to review MRI, EEG and blood test reports

Answered: Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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