Valparin Chrono 500 (Thread 209725)

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my self tausif and i use the medicine valparin chrono 500 and i feel so tied and my memory is not strong which i have memorised that i forgot in few minuts so what should i have to do for strong my memory because i am a student of management.

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Tausif Says:
i take valparinchrono 500 twice in a it possible that my weight can gain now i am 21st year old.

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Verwon Says:
Valparin Chrono contains sodium valproate 133 mg, valproic acid 58 mg, it is used as an anticonvulsant and antimigraine medication.

To the OP, have you spoken to your doctor about the problem? You may require a different medication or a dosage adjustment.

What was it prescribed to treat?

The weight gain side effect is something that is only experienced by a small percentage of people that use this medication, so it is probably not worth worrying about.


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Prasant mallick Says:
i am taking Valparin Chrono 500 T.I.D/Day,for that i am feeling tiredness some time,as i had an accident & brain opertion took place in 2004 & followed by 3-times epileptic attack,can i reduce to BID/Day.please suggest

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