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Carbamazepine 200 mg

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Hi, I am taking Carbamazepine 200 mg twice a day for tri-geminal neuralgia. I started taking ... that the Trospium is affecting the way the carbamazepine is working? ...

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When a female patient is in carbamazepine treatment, not more than 200mg per day, can she take ibuprofen at the same time? ...

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my father is taking teva-carbamzepine 200mg but he experienced a great deal of side effects. should he stop taking them. is it bad to take them with wine. ...

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I'am on lyrica ,200 mg twice a day, also carbamazepine 400mg 2x a day, levetiracetam 750mg 2 tabs 2x a day and also onfi tabs 10mg twice a day. I was wondering witch one of these causes dry mouth ...

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joints while she was taking Carbamazepine 200mg. What should she do tell the doctor that she needs to go .... It's called Carbamazepine , but her doctor wanted her to switch to a different one called Keppra ...

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20yrs boy who is on carbamazepine drug morning 200&even200mg  and not had seizers since 10years, Possible to stop this drug(pl advice) ,EEG report on dated Nov 2011 as Abnormal awak record S/O FIRDA ...

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Carbamazepine 200 mg at night. how safe it is and what are the alternative medicine in ayurveda ...

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I take Carbamezapine 200 mg x 7 Per day. I was walking today and started to feel dizzy and my legs would work kind of like they would not let me walk but I tried to. do you think this has anything to do ...

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carbamazepine 400 mgs at nite and 200 mg in am. read something about interaction with bupropion sr and carbamazepine. any concern??? ...

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of 200mg which I haven t started to cut back on. My 1st question is does it matter how evening ...

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I weigh 107 was taking carbamazepine 200mg I tablet by mouth twice daily. When taking at night I was itching. Had no side effects during the day. Was told to take benadrly. Monday I woke up dizzy ...

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Yes, I am currently on Carbamazepine X R , 200 mg 4x per day. Or 2 in the morning and 2 in the evening, I have a chest cold with a productive cough. I m taking Alka Seltser cold and Robitussin DM. WHAT ...

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again I have epilepsy and been taking medications known as levetiracetam 750 mg and carbamazepine 200 mg ...

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I have been taking carbamazepine 200 mg twice per day for one month. It does nothing for me except red blotches on my skin and upset stomach. I had my face split open and have Severe trigeminal ...

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a neurologist willing to treat him, as all tests would come back clean. he is on carbamazepine . this drug did not work at start, had to up dose to 4 per day at 200mg/ pill . now he is having the seizures at 2 month ...

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doctor1 MD

Hello and thanks for using HCM. Did you tried Carbamazepine ( Tegretol) before?

doctor1 MD

Hi dear, yes it definitely affects epilepsy. Alcohol withdrawal precipitates epilepsy. Smoking decrease the concentration of medicines. Thank you

doctor1 MD

Hi Ashleegh Features are suggestive of Trigeminal neuralgia. Visit a gp for carbamazepine or gabpentine with Baclofen. Reply with thanks.