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Epilepsy, resurfacing fits after intake of medicines for weak feet. Taken levera with normabrain, donamen and vibraina. Cause and remedy?

my sister was having epilepsy problem and doctor prescribed her eptoin ,epilex,levera drugs ..she was not having this problem from last 3 years and doctor said to reduce the dose slowly and then stop giving these medicines she was taking only levera tablets and another neurologist prescribed her normabrain ,vibraina and donamen because she not walking properly ..grip of her feet is when she used levera with normabrain,donamen and vibraina she had fits again...her age is 12 years...pls help
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Hi Chahald2,
Have you heard the axiom- If you try to ride two horses then you come to ground!
The previous fellow managed her so well and infact kept her free of fits for three long years and kudos to him he also was tapering the doses;
And still great he had removed two of them successfully!
I salute him!
Thats the standard of care for Epilepsy management- first keep the patient fits free and after two years slowly start a tapering till tolerated.
The new fellow either did not took full history or you have concealed something to win over the weakness of leg, but Normabrain itself can cause epilepsy, please stop it and ride your first tried and time tested horse only.
Take Care!
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