Zenoxa Od 900 - Is It Related To Uveitis

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I have been under psychiatric treatment since 1992 Intially i was on Carbamazepine that is on Tregitrol 200 then Zenretard400 then shifted to Oxcarbamazepine in Oct 2006 Started with OxetolXR600 then slowly changed to Dicorate ER1gmcontinued till Nov2010 since then I am on ZenoxaOD900 I am keeping sound health and have no side effects whatsofar mentioned as popular side effects However What I have noticed that since the time I have changed from Carbamazepine to Oxcarbamazepine in 2006 incidently same year my vision problem started and I am diagnosed with UveitisIn the proces my left My left eye is operated twice once for Victrectomy and then for Cataract My right eye is affected with Uveitis and have problem in reading and writing when the episode of Uveitis occuirs and vision suddenly drops I have undergone all possible tests which may be responsible for Uveitis however the Drs are not certain that what is the cause of the problem Neither I am Diabetic nor high BP even my HRCT scan for Chest is clear With no apparent reason I want the answer if the prolonged dosage of Oxcarbamazepine responsible for it Please help



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