Oxcarbazepine Drug Information

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Yolanda Says:

Would like more information on this medication.

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Verwon Says:

Oxcarbazepine is considered a mood stabilizer, commonly used to treat Epilepsy and BiPolar disorder.

Some of the most common side effects include: dizziness, blurred vision, drowsiness and headache.


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Walnuts, nuts and flaxseeds are said to contain oxcarbazepine. Please advise how much to consume daily in order to equal 1200mgs of oxcarbazepine?

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Archie Says:
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I wish to know whether oxcarbazepine absorbs fiber from the body?

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Archie Says:

Oxacarbazapine in an Anti Epileptic Durg,It is used to stop the Brain Signal for covulsion,Hope this helps,if you require more information Please do ask

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Archie Says:

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Yes thatrs I know and I consume it for mild Epilepsy,I have been on Oxacarbazapine since past 9years,but now I have problem defacting,I thought that possibly this medicine is absorbing fibrt from my body.Just a wikd guess,I know i am wrong,But just to confirm is there any possibility.

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