Accidental Consumption Of Lamotrigine 100 Mg With Tramadol

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Dana Says:
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My pharmacy mixed some ZC 80 Lamotrigine pills in with my Tramadol prescription! How does Lamotrigine 100 mg affect someone who does not take this drug?



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Verwon Says:

The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, mood changes, and weight changes.

If one takes it for a long period of time and suddenly stops, it could also create the risk of seizures, according to FDA reports.

However, the most important issue is to bring it to the attention of your pharmacist, so they can correct the issue. How many have been taken?

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Beekeeper911 Says:
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I definitely experienced the nausea and dizziness. I do not know how many zc80 Lamotrigine pills
were intermixed with my tramadol prescription, but it may have been two additional tablets (total of 3), based on my weird symptoms. I haven't been able to get a ride to the pharmacy to bring in my pills and bottle. I'm not driving while I'm on my current pain meds. I did call them, but they want the evidence. I'm more concerned that they investigate their error to avoid any repeats.

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