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 Zonegran Zonisamide
Zonisamide is a medication used to treat the symptoms of epilepsy and Parkinson's disease.[2][3] Chemically it is a sulfonamide. It serves as an anticonvulsant used primarily as an adjunctive therapy in adults with Parkinson's disease, partial-onset seizures; infantile spasm, mixed seizure types of Lennox–Gastaut syndrome, myoclonic and generalized tonic clonic seizure.[4] Despite this it is also sometimes used as a monotherapy for partial-onset seizures.[3][5] Contents 1 Medical...
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wanting info on this med just started using it today ## just wanted some info on this medication.. my daughter has been on this for 2 months now... ## Zonegran Info Click Here ## I have been taking zonegram for 7 years with good results. My seizures have improved greatly. I take it with lamictal, I would suggest this to your doctor, I see a great epileptologist. Good luck! ## Iv'e been taking Zonegran for over a year now, for my Bipolar and have found it to be quite helpful with no side effects. ## Have been on Zonegran for seizures and being Bipolar. But, i am in a contact sport. The zonegran seems to allow or cause easy brusing. When I stopped it for a but...the bruising stopped too. My own research, but my arms were a mess. Anyone else? ## I take Zonegran, dylantin and phenobarbi... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Zonegran.
Wed, Jul 07 '10, 12:54 PM
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just starting this med today and don't have much info on it ## my doctor prescribed zonegran for muscle spasms/severe pain in my lower back, does this make sence? isn't this drug for seizers? how does it help pain please? ...
Updated 11 years ago in Zonegran.
Tue, Jan 17 '06, 6:14 PM
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I've been taking it for over a year now for my Bipolar disorder and out of all the drugs I've tried this one works best for me with no side effects. ## Need a price for zonegran 100 mg 540 pills for 90 day supply fo Epilepsy ...
Updated 9 years ago in Zonegran.
Mon, Apr 28 '08, 5:07 PM
zonegran 100
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Updated 12 years ago in Zonegran.
Wed, Aug 17 '05, 2:12 PM
Zonegran 100 mg
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(zonisamide) capsules 7-day starter kit ...
Updated 11 years ago in Zonegran.
Sun, Mar 19 '06, 12:42 PM
zonegran 100mg
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prescribed for pain? red & white cap Eisai ...
Updated 11 years ago in Zonegran.
Wed, Jan 11 '06, 6:25 AM
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No real problems, but, one annoying one! Zonegran seems to cause (or allow)?---very easy bruising. i am involved in a contact sport, and my arms are always badly bruised. When I stopped this drug for a bit---the bruising stopped too. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Zonegran.
Tue, Jun 30 '09, 9:33 AM
Zonegran vs Zonisamide (Generic)
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Please advise ASAP! I have Trigeminal Neuralgia due to MS. I have been on Zonegran 100mg x 4 once a day for 9 years. The insurance company switched me to the generic about 1-1/2 years ago & my hair is coming out by the handfuls!! Has anyone else experience this when switching over to the generic = Zonisamide?? ## Hello, Alex! How are yoU? Though it's not listed as a side effect, there have been many complaints about it happening with both the name brand and the generic. Have you discussed it with your prescriber? What other medications have you tried? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Zonegran.
Fri, Jun 27 '14, 8:29 PM
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Updated 8 years ago in Zonegran.
Tue, Jun 30 '09, 9:19 AM
Depakote Side Effects
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I have been diagnosed with epilepsy/complex partial seizures since 1981. I've been taking Depakote (1000 mg) for at least 15 years. It has caused weight gain always, my neuro added Zonegran to my cocktail to counteract this but now I'm starting to experience tremors and cognitive thinking is slowing down. My neuro told me today that most likely this is due to Depakote. I am hesitant to come off it because it covers my seizures so well and offers a mood stabilizer for my PTSD. Has anyone experienced these side effects - my neuro expects they will get worse as I get older - and I'm curious what others have moved to as an alternative. I've tried so many meds, it's always the side effects that kill me. ## Unfortunately, these issues have been known to occur with all of t... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Depakote.
Tue, Feb 25 '14, 3:39 PM
chlortab side effects
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what meds can you not take with chlortabs ## Chlortabls contains Chlorpheniramine, it is most commonly used to treat allergies. There is actually a very large list of medications it can react with, so I can't list them all. Some examples are: Darvocet, Cena-K, Sodium Oxybate, Wygesic and Zonegran. If you can post back with the other medications you are taking, I can provide you with a more accurate answer. What else are you taking? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Chlorpheniramine.
Sun, Nov 14 '10, 4:03 PM
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a med. to stop seizues in infants ## Hello, Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a med out there with that spelling, or any med close to that spelling. Below is a list of seizure drugs from, maybe the one you are thinking of will be on this list: Clonazepam Carbamazepine Carbatrol Depakene Depakote Depakote ER Diastat Dilantin Felbatol Frisium Gabapentin Gabitril Keppra Klonopin Lamictal Lyrica Mysoline Neurontin Phenobarbital Phenytek Phenytoin Sabril Tegretol Topamax Tegretol XR Trileptal Valproic Acid Zarontin Zonegran I hope this helps! Good Luck! Jodie ...
Updated 11 years ago in Clonazepam.
Thu, Jan 19 '06, 12:35 AM
RDY 288
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pink and white RDY 288 in black writing on capsule suppost to be Zonisamide, but looks different from last month want to verify I am taking the correct medication for seizures ## there are several makers of zonisamide. Check with your pharmacy to make sure, we have been through this with our son. THeir buyer keeps switching ours and it is causing problems. (there is a 20% plus or minus active ingredient difference allowable difference By the HATCH/Waxman ACT ) Talk to your pharmacy to see if you can get just ONE MAnufacturer or to your neuro to get NAME BRAND ONLY.... I am sorry ..........yes any time your pills LOOK DIFFERENT ASK..... RDY/288 should be Zonisamide should be a generic Zonegran....check pharmacy to make sure...... have you had any seizure problems? Gin ## I can confirm th... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Zonisamide.
Fri, Jun 16 '06, 10:41 AM
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WHAT IS NORMAL DOSAGE A MONTH TO GET OFF DILAUDID IF TAKING 12MG EVERY THREE HOURS FOR LAST SIX MONTHS IF I DONT TAKE FOR 5 HOURS I AM IN PAIN AND SICK VERY SCARY ## Dilaudid contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone, it is a narcotic pain reliever and may cause side effects such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. As to a time period, there is really no set rule for this, it can vary from person to person. Some doctors do not wean a person off, some do. What has your doctor suggested? Whenever someone stops taking narcotics, it should be done in a very slow taper, to prevent the worst of the withdrawal effects and rebound pain symptoms. ## is it usual to stop dilaudid 5 times a day after several years and start endocet every 6 hours with zonegran at night. Which depr... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dilaudid.
Mon, Jul 11 '16, 10:37 AM
False Positive For Dialudid
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I have been tested twice and both times they said I tested positive for Dialudid when I know I didn't take, The only time a doctor even gives it to me is if it is in the E.R. when I have a migraine it had been 4mos. before the the blood test that I had a shot, I do how ever take Norco 10 mg.2-3times a day Soma4 times a day Zonegran 400 mg.Mirapex0.25mg and Verapamil 240mg ## Dilaudid contains the active ingredient Hydromorphine, which is a narcotic opiate and the Norco that you take contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone. Learn more Dilaudid details here. Learn more Norco details here. And if the drug test being used is one of the less expensive, non-certified tests, then one narcotic opiate is well known to cause false positives for its relatives. It happens anywhere from 4 to 50% ... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Norco.
Sat, Sep 22 '12, 2:53 PM
 NDC 59212-680
Zonegran 100 mg Oral Capsule by Concordia Pharmaceuticals Inc. ## Markings: ZONEGRAN;100 ## Shape: Capsule ## Package Codes: 59212-680-10 ## Active Ingredients: Zonisamide
 NDC 59212-681
Zonegran 25 mg Oral Capsule by Concordia Pharmaceuticals Inc. ## Markings: ZONEGRAN;25 ## Shape: Capsule ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 59212-681-10 ## Active Ingredients: Zonisamide
 NDC 62856-680
Zonegran 100 mg Oral Capsule by Eisai Inc. ## Markings: Eisai;ZONEGRAN;100 ## Shape: Capsule ## Package Codes: 62856-680-10 ## Active Ingredients: Zonisamide
 NDC 62856-681
Zonegran 25 mg Oral Capsule by Eisai Inc. ## Markings: Eisai;ZONEGRAN;25 ## Shape: Capsule ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 62856-681-10 ## Active Ingredients: Zonisamide

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