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I have stammering and pain in shoulder joints after treatment for epilepsy. What medication should I take to get rid of this ?

Hi, I was using medicines(Eptoin) for Epilepsy over the past few years and the course of medication is complete now. I was given Tegretol(Tegrital) earlier. I stopped taking Eptoin about 3 months ago. I stammer when I speak. So, I doubt this may be the side effect of these medicines. Also, I have some pain in the shoulder joints . Please advise a remedy. Any food intake suggestions that help me get rid of all this?
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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hi the history which you have given above has been noted,the medication which you are taking is tegretol is CARBAMAZEPINE and it does not have any side effects which are suggestive of slurring of speech as such you may have a stomach upset,headache and blood disturbances rarely
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Answered: Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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