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Taking oxcarbazepine, buspar. Stopped depo vera shot. Having shaking feeling inside. Reason for shaking?

My name is Cheryl and I am 32 years old. I take 450 mg of oxcarbazepine and 20mg of buspar daily. I also am in the 9 th week of my depo provera shot and will not be taking anymore. About 2 weeks ago I have been feeling like my inside are shaking. My dr says it will go away in time, but I am not sure which mess are making me shake? Any suggestions?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Hi Cheryl, Buspar is Buspirone given in the treatment of anxiety. Side effects are mild like nausea, headache , dizziness light headedness & rarely excitement. It does not produce significant sedation but still driving is not advised. Oxcarbazepine can result in sedation, dizziness, vertigo visual disturbances, reduced sodium level, allergic reactions & disturbances in gait. Your symptom may be due to Oxcarbazepine.
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