Keppra Cause Intense Itching

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Does Keppra cause an intense itch? My father was on Keppra for three years, then stopped for almost three months. He went back on it 2 x 500mg and about a month later developed an itch on his arms, back, and chest. ## He may have developed an allergy to it. Our bodies are always changing as time passes, so even if we were able to take something before, we can suddenly develop a reaction to it, if we try it again. Has he consulted his doctor about the problem? He may need to switch to a different medication. Learn more Keppra details here. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Keppra.
Wed, Feb 13 '13, 10:51 AM

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