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Took medication for small seizure. Major stroke after taking Topaz, small seizure increased. What went wrong?

I am a patient of Simple partial sizures since last 13 years. previously my Neuro physician precibed me around 5 years back to take Mazetol SR 400 1 in morning & 1.5 in night.& clozam 10 tab 1 in night. Then i shifted to a new city of residence & after but some i once in a month i always had a feel of small seizures which i can presense & are not harmful and stays for 2-3 seconds.But when i consulted a new Neurologist in the new city, he advised to stop Clozam 10 and gradually he stopped it. and instead of that he advised to take Topaz 50mg 1 in morning & 1 in Night. but due to this, i had a major stroke again in 2 months. time. and the frequescy of small seizures rose to 10 in 2 months. also i lost 5 kg of weight. i. Plz advice, what going wrong.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum.
Thanks for writing to H.C.M.F.
You are an epileptic since 13 years, and you are using Mazetol 400 mg morning and 600 mg in the night
. Clozam 10 mg in the night. used for 5 years. In this period you are getting little fit with a span of few seconds.
The new doctor has changed clozam 10 and started topaz 50. with this you have recurrance of old pattern.
While you are under the treatment you should not get the fit, it is considered as treatment failure.
After change of treatment you have used topaz 50 in place of clozam 10 or as a single single drug. If used as a single drug you should have an anticonvulsant in addition.
When you use medicine for other ailments you should ask your doctor whether it has a side effect of convulsions. a patient with convulsions should not use such drugs as anti histamines, fluroquinolones etc.
Wishing for a quick and complete recovery.
Best regards.

Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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