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Other names: Oxcarbazepine
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
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Oxcarbazepine (ox-kar-BAY-zih-peen) is a anticholinergic anticonvulsant and mood stabilizer, used primarily in the treatment of e...
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Trileptal for Seizures
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Does Trileptal cause Urinary Retention ?

#250 in Trileptal discussions - 9 posts discuss Urinary Retention with Trileptal. Urinary Retention is #250 concern in Trileptal discussions.
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sci.rutgers.edu
Seems many of the anti-seizures cause urinary retention...
" ...my legs big-time (I may have posted about this when it happened - you can search if you like), and messed with my bladder voiding. Seems many of the anti-seizures cause urinary retention (that's w... "

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in edema when I started the Trileptal. I think urinary...
" ...big increase in edema when I started the Trileptal. I think urinary retention and edema is worse... "

made a medication change from depakote to trileptal....
" ...vns pt has experienced urinary retention since implant. The pt reports that they used to have an over-active bladder for years, ...neurologist made a medication change from depakote to trileptal... "

7 and is currently on Trileptal and Lamictal...we will be...
" ...He's 7 and is currently on Trileptal and Lamictal...we will be phasing out Trileptal. There's not much that I ...worried about the potential of urinary retention (that, and a whole bunch... "

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off Lamictal. It was replaced with Trileptol 150mg twice a...
" ...Lamictal with no result except urinary retention (?? turned out to be ...taken off Lamictal. It was replaced with Trileptol 150mg twice a day. I ...or the other from Trileptol. 2. Have wic... "

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problems the last time I took it but so does Trileptal....
" ...and also I have a problem with weight gain. I might give Elavil another try. It caused urinary retention problems the last time I took it but so does... "

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the same urinary retention problem that oral opiates did....
" ...something - the phenobarbital did nothing, so that's been ...will likely cause the same urinary retention problem that oral opiates did. After what the anticonvulsant trileptal did to me, I'm e... "

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properties. Trileptal may, too. If an antidepressant...
" ...has antidepressant properties. Trileptal may, too. If ...system, leading to urinary retention, possible ejaculatory difficulties/ ...effect on her child's emotional development. Psychother... "

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(Cymbalta gives me urine retention, Effexor is like an SSRI...
" ...as well (Cymbalta gives me urine retention, Effexor is like an SSRI ...drugs that may help me? Bad side effects on Trileptal,Topamax,Geodon and Lamictil. Anti-psychotics make me swell up. Not... "

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