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Epilim vs Phenobarbital

Epilim
VS.
Phenobarbital
Other name: Epilim Chrono Epilim Chrono
Other name: Luminal Luminal
Satisfaction Score
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2.8
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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2.8
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Seizures
2.2
Concern level
3.4
Helpfulness
for Seizures
2.1
Concern level
3.1
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Seizures
Epilepsy
Depression*
Bipolar Disorder*
Anxiety
Petit Mal
Grand Mal*
Mood Swings
Grand Mal Seizure*
Myoclonic Seizures*
* Off label
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Seizures
Epilepsy
Withdrawal
Anxiety
Grand Mal*
Seizure Disorder*
Grand Mal Seizure*
* Off label
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Method of use:
Oral Drops, Pill
Prescribing mode:
Rx
Prescribing mode:
Rx
Sodium valproate (International Nonproprietary Name) or valproate sodium (United States Adopted Name) is the sodium salt of valproic acid and is an anticonvulsant used in the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder, as well as other psychiatric ...
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Phenobarbital (International Nonproprietary Name) or phenobarbitone (former British Approved Name) is a barbiturate, first marketed as Luminal by Bayer. It is the most widely used anticonvulsant worldwide, and the oldest still commonly used. ...
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Top Concerns
Epi
Weight Gain
10
Dizzy
3
Hair Loss
2
Insomnia
2
Weight Loss
2
Drowsy
2
Nausea
2
Withdrawal
2
Rash
2
Numbness
2
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Phe
Addiction
6
Depression
4
Insomnia
4
Headaches
2
Allergies
2
Drowsy
2
Migraines
2
Weight Gain
2
Fever
1
Euphoria
1
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Sodium valproate (International Nonproprietary Name) or valproate sodium (United States Adopted Name) is the sodium salt of valproic acid and is an anticonvulsant used in the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder, as well as other psychiatric ...
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Phenobarbital (International Nonproprietary Name) or phenobarbitone (former British Approved Name) is a barbiturate, first marketed as Luminal by Bayer. It is the most widely used anticonvulsant worldwide, and the oldest still commonly used. ...
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when he was a baby was on phenobarb, but taken of it cause...
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" hi, my son is on tegretol 3x daily, and frisium 2x daily, we tried epilim which he is allergic to, ...he was a baby was on phenobarb, but taken of... "

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and 90mg pm. I also take epilim 500mg am and pm. For 40 odd...
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" ...condition don't understand. I take phenobarbital 60mg am and 90mg pm. I also take epilim 500mg am and pm. For 40 odd years I took epanutin 150mg twice a day now reduced to 100mg twice a... "

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aith is on a combination of Epilim, Topomax,Phenobarb, & Ri...
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" Hi Michelle Braith is on a combination of Epilim, Topomax,Phenobarb, & Rivotrol. We have also tried phenotoin. Unfortunately we have not had any favourable results. He is still having 8 to 10... "

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he is on three anti convulsions (epilim , phenobarbital a...
" ...At the moment she is on three anti convulsions (epilim , phenobarbital and toparimate ) but none ...them controlled her seizures. Docs tried phenobarbital (again using it now),keppara, clobozam... "

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since February. He was on phenobarbital early on in this...
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" ...takes now is Sodium Valproate (Epilim) 5ml three times daily. He ...seizure since February. He was on phenobarbital early on in this ...and was nearly comatose!!!) I put up a fuss and it was changed to... "

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this month. He is on 5ml of phenobarbital twice a day. He...
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" ...of this month. He is on 5ml of phenobarbital twice a day. He had ...family history of sz? Have you noticed any side effects from the Epilim? I have another son who ...18 months old. Yahoo has some great... "

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onths ands then went onto epilim and Camabazipam, all of whi...
| www.coping-with-epilepsy.com
" ...birth. We havehad her on phenobarbital for about 6 months ands then went onto epilim and Camabazipam, all of which ...now we are on Keppra which is the first drug which has worked! She is only having 1... "

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hem all. Hated phenobarb, phenytoin, epilim, nitrazapam, c...
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" ...less tried them all. Hated phenobarb, phenytoin, epilim, nitrazapam, carbamezapine as they had ...effects and made him have 300ish seizures. What emergency meds do ...you use? we currently use diazapam but... "

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ng ago. my dh takes epilim too lol a few times i've q...
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" ...it may be a brain tumour when they first suspected it (they suspected 2 years ago, only told me ...long ago. my dh takes epilim too lol a few times ...meds for humans & only phenobarb for dogs, i've... "

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ctin, epilim, epanutin, phenobarb and some other stuff...
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" ...taken keppra or gabapentin. I was given convulex, lamtictin, epilim, epanutin, phenobarb and some other stuff... "

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