Sodium Valproate Ingridients

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BEV Says:


i"m looking for the ingredients of sodium val as my nephew has angel man syndrome and has been diagnosed with epilepsy and is experiencing cold and pale lips and fingers,and as he is allergic to ibuprofen we are wanting to find out if there are any of the same ingredients.



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Verwon Says:

The active ingredient is Sodium Valproate and without knowing the manufacturer, since this is a generic, I can't tell you anything about the inactive ingredients.

I can say, however, that it doesn't contain Ibuprofen, because that is an active ingredient and would have to be listed as such.

The pale lips, fingers and being cold, however, would not be symptoms of an allergic reaction, those symptoms would most likely signify a circulatory problem and though it is rare, this drug has been known to cause that in a very small percentage of people.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Sodium_valproate/­

Therefore, it is very important to contact his doctor, as this is probably not the right medication for him to take and he will need to try something else.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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