What Is Zonisamide Used For

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Neesie Says:


I do have pain issues, spasms, weakness, neurological/muscular issue not diagnosed yet, myoclonic jerks...peripheral neuropathy, diabetes, some sort of asthma.....on a lot of meds. Have had surgeries to fix nerves in elbows and one hand, and one foot, scheduled to do knee area and tarsal tunnel, have neurogenic bladder.....



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Verwon Says:

Zonisamide is a type of anticonvulsant and this class of medications usually has several medical uses, including the treatment of spasms, myoclonic jerks and certain types of nerve pain.

Learn more Zonisamide details here.

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