Caffox Tablet And Levetiracetam

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Can caffox tablet be taken together with levetiracetam? As I need to take levetiracetam on a daily basis due to my seizures.



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I am 63 this October. As far as I know I have been taking caffagot now known as caffox after my first delivery in 1982. Actually in 1980 I was admitted for a stone in my kidney. Epedural was done n at that time it was not successful. From private hos. transferred to General Hos. KL. The stone was washed out without operation. After the treatment I had this headache. After taking panadol with no effect I was introduced to caffagot by my office doc. Since then, I am taking it. Now in fact everyday I feel not so good like starting with a headache. I swallow 1 tablet. At one time I did not take caffagot at the first sign n the pain became severe so my clinic doc. advised me to take 1 postan capsule n 1 caffagot. After taking this within a half an hour the pain is gone. So till today I take 1 caffaox per day n if still pain becomes severe I take 1 postan capsule n 1 caffox. Truthfully now without this I cant live. So pls can u help? Now lately I have dizziness n in checking doc. said that my blood hemoglobin is slightly low so he gave me a multivitamin + iron n enervon c. After taking this I feel slightly better.

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