Epilizine Cr 500

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Lee Says:
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Is it advisable to take epilizine cr 500 at night? I think it keeps me awake. I have to take 2 daily. How far apart can I take them?

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Nothando Says:
My son is epileptic,he has been using epilim 500,recently my doctor changed him to epilozone said it works the same,is it true?

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ZAZA Says:
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Hi I started using epilizine cr 500 in 2012 to 2014 & stoped in 2015 January, now the doctor has put me back 2 weeks ago. I take one in morning and one at nite now as I am typing my legs are swollen can it be the cause of I got a relapse

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Ellie Says:
My son is 13 years old and has been diagnosed with seizures and is on epilim 500mg - I have never seen him have a seizure but he has been waking up with vertigo for the last few years at least once a month or once every 2 months. the eeg has shown abnormal blood flow on the right side of the brain. The vertigo lasts for the day. Has anyone else expierenced this?

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teddy Says:
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Hi m facing the same problem. My son has been using Epilim Cr400 but last month they increased the dose to Cr 500 and yesterday they gave him Epilizine Cr 500 saying it the same as Epilim is that true coz I am scared he might have complications

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Ellie8900 Says:
My medical aid wont pay for epillum, now he is on eppilizine cr500 - as far as I know it is just a generic med and will work the same. This is all new to me and very scary, I am checking to see if he ok like when he was a baby asleep at night. Just worry! what if he was wrongly diagnosed.......... Would epilizine harm a person when nothing was wrong?

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zodwa Says:
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Amm 52 yrs and was givev Epilizine tablets,one tablet taken three times a day. I sleep a lot, can I take 2 tablet a day.

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Thando Gawula Says:
i have been diagnosed with Seizure Disorder and recently started being epileptic and i have been given 3 different kinds of epilim or epilizine. from Epilizine CR200 to Epilim CR300 and now i am on Epilizine CR500. so my question is how many times a day should i take thie Epilizine CR500?

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Ellie Says:
The Eppelizine is working well for my son 500mg in the morning and at night, episodes are now gone. Regular check ups with the neurologist helps as they take his bloods and check his epilum levels regularly. My advise is to just go to the Dr for your routine check ups with a neurologist. Apparently if seizure free after 2 years he will be weened off the meds, so I don't advise just stopping the meds suddenly, you will have to weened off gradually with smaller doses.

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