Solco Keppra Levetiracetam

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RescueLady Says:


Rose colored tablet with SLC 222 on one side & blank on the other, claimed to be Levetiracetam 500 mg generic for Keppra. The bottle at the pharmacy had a big black X written on the label and a picture of a yellow tablet (which is what I've been taking). Is this really Levetiracetam? Mfg: Solco Heal?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, Solco Healthcare list this tablet as containing 500mgs of Levetiracetam.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, mood swings, personality change and weight gain.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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I have been taking Keppra (Levetiracetam) with an imprint of "slc 222" for a year now. Mood swings were hell in the beginning, but are fine now. I recommend not taking this when dealing with depression because it has made mine worse. Also, the personality change is noticeable too. Being switched off this generic brand of Keppra very soon!

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