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Increased muscular pain, seizures, tablets not working

can you please help.. My husband has increased muscular pain and has episodes of abscent seizures. is on lamictal . he appears very stressed at times due to work decline. last year his sister in law died which i do feel has caused some of the factors leading to the abscent seizures. he has seen a neurologist in dublin whom is baffled by the situation ie. tablets not working as still has at least 3 seizures in a month. is no longer driving at present which is also a problem and contributing to more anxiety leading to increased muscular pain.
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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If seizures are persistent then switch over to tab sodium valproate which is the drug of choice for absence seizures. Other symptoms are not related with seizures or drug. Engage in recreational activities and if symptoms persists the try short course if tab clonotril MD.Hope my answer will help you. Take care. Don't forget to rate me.
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