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Child had epilepsy seizure. On topamac, benadon. Started vomiting. Giving junior lanzol. Not cured

My baby is 18 months old. He had Epilepsy seizure on 5 and 6th month. Now it has got stopped. He is on Topamac 25 mg(one morning and one evening), Encorate(morning 2.5ml, 2.5 Afternoon 2.5ml, night 5ml), Benadon(one morning and one evening). He vomits everyday around midnight almost daily. so additionaly our doctor prescribed Junior Lanzol 15( half on morning before food and half on evening before food). We are giving Junior Lanzol for last 10 days but still he vomits. Shall we continue or stop it?
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

Your child is on antiepileptics including sodium valproate. So was a liver function test ever done.

Since valproate can cause hepatotoxicity a liver function test should be done to rule out hepatotoxicity and if there is elevation of liver enzymes like SGOT and SGPT then we should change the drugs or modify their dosage.

So consult your doctor for the same.
Hope this helps.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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