Usage Of Topiramate

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joe Says:

what are the uses of topiramate used for primarily ?

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Mark Says:

Topiramate ( brand name Topamax ) is most commonly prescribed for epilepsy, or to treat seizures. It is also prescribed to prevent migraines in certain cases. Hope this helps!

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