What is Lamictal?

Lamictal is Lamotrigine, an oral drug that is used primarily for treating seizures. It is chemically unrelated to other anti-seizure drugs. The precise mechanism by which lamotrigine exerts its anti-seizure action is not known.

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I have been taking Lamictal for bipolar disorder for about 3 months, and I developed a rash. My doctor told me to stop taking the Lamictal (the...

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I am looking into the side effects of Lamictal as treatment for my daughter's depression and ADHD. She is 16 years old. She claims she is...

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Lamictal is a safe and effective drug, especially for long term use. If she can not tolerate the side effects alternatives can be tried....

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