Took A Double Dose Of Keppra By Accident

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Tiffany Says:
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My husband takes keppra 2x's a day with doses of 750mg in the morning and 750mg at night. He took two 750mg tonight by accident. What should I look for?



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Verwon Says:

It can be taken safely in doses of up to 3,000mgs per day, but it is always best for him to inform his doctor to be sure.

Did he experience any adverse effects?

Typically taking a higher dosage would cause worsened side effects, which may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, and mood swings.

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Apri Says:
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My son took his medicine twice this morning. He took, 4,000 mg of Keppra and he took 1,200 mg of Oxcarbazepine within an hour. Will he be OK? What should I do? He is 18 years old.

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willie Says:
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My son just took two 5mL doses of Keppra. What should I do? Should I skip his dose in the morning or what?

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