Side Effect Of Zenoxa 450mg

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I am taking Zenoxa 450mg two times a day for the last four month. Now joint pains have started in all body. Whether it is a side effect of the medicines. Test of uric acid and RA factor is normal and negative.

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David Says:

Zenoxa contains the active ingredient Oxcarbazepine.

Oxcarbazepine causes dizziness, drowsiness, blurred or double vision, fatigue and may cause headaches, nausea, and vomiting. There is also evidence of difficulty in concentration and mental sluggishness. Some of these side effects (such as headache) are more pronounced shortly after a dose is taken and tend to fade with the passage of time (generally 60 to 90 minutes). Other side effects include stomach pain; tremor; rash; diarrhea, constipation, decreased appetite; and dry mouth. Skin sensitivity to sunlight also may increase, and patients could experience severe sunburns as a result of sun exposure.

You can view more details about this drug in the link below:

If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you.

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sindhu Says:

my husband is using zenoxa 450 twice a day we have infertility problem whether it reduce sperm count

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mayank Says:

i am taking zenoxa 450 mg toice of a day since last two year, now i am taking zenoxa od 450 mg what is differnce between zenoxa 450 and zenoxa od 450 mg

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manoj Says:

i m taking the same thing since last 3 yrs. initially i was taking 900mg but as prescribed by the doctor since last 1 yr i m taking 450mg tablet.

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Prabhakar Says:

my son is taking Zenoxa 300mg for last 18 months. Is there any side effect such as bone softness or weakness due increase in dose of Zenoxa to 450mg

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Abhijit chanda Says:

I am completely alright after taking levipill 500 tablet and zenoxa 450 twice daily for about 2 years. Can I reduce my doses?

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