Syrup Valparin Side Effects

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Pradeep Chandrakant Galphade Says:


My Child is 1 Yrs. 3 Months Old. She is recently suffring from A Typical Febrile Convulsions. A doctors advised to take a Sy. Valparin 3.5 ml one time every day at night sleeping time. So i request you please give me guidnies about any side effects of Sy.Valparin. Thanking you.


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Verwon Says:

This contains the active ingredient Valproic Acid, it is an anticonvulsant that is also used as a mood stabilizer, its side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, weight changes and tremors.

Learn more:

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

Have you discussed your concerns with her doctor?

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divyam Says:

i want to about the valparin syrup

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deepak kumar sethi Says:

My Child is 1 Yrs. 9 Months Old.He is recently suffering from general seizure disorder . A doctors advised to take a Sy. Valparin 5 ml one time every day at night sleeping time. So i request you please give me guideline about any side effects of Sy.Valparin. Thanking you.


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mantu Says:

My Child is 5 Yrs. 8 Months Old.He is recently suffering from general seizure disorder through EEG test. He is speechless, hyperactive and autistic child . A doctors advised to take a Sy. Valparin 5 ml one time every day . So i request you please give me guideline about any side effects of Sy.Valparin. Thanking you.


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DIPANKAR Says:

my baby only 6 month i can use LACTIHEP SYRUP

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Satinder Says:
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My son is of 6 months.he is suffering from infantile seizures.His EEG nd MRI is abnormal.he has hypoglycemic at birth time bt now he is fine.Doctor suggests valparin 200 syrup 3ml dose day &night.Is this safe for my baby.

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Mohit Says:
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My son is now 1 year and 2 months old. he gets first fits when he's 2 months old.After EEG and MRI doctor suggest 1.5 ml dosage 2 times a day of valparin 250 mg.hes ok now no seizure and he can walk and stand should I stop valparin now?

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