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Epilepsy, no seizures, on Valprol CR, jerking and shivering, Escitalopram oxalate, Nexito, dosage for medications ?

hello doctor. I am 25 years old girl ,pharma student. I have epilepy without seizures from last 4 years and I am taking Valprol CR 200 for this.nowadays my problem of jerks ( body shivering has increased).....I not able to concentrate on my daily work and has advised me Escitalopram oxalate tablets NEXITO 10 mg for the same problem.I used this for 2 to 3 days .please suggest me should I take this for jerks .kindly suggest the dose and side effects also.
Asked On : Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic, You are not taking the effective dose of Valpro. You see your treating Neurologist / Neuro-Psychiatrist who will monitor your effective dose of the same medicine or if feels may add some other drug. You have not to worry as epilepsy can be well controlled. Please see your doctor immediately. Thanks.
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