Lamolep 25 mg
Lamolep is taken to prevent or treat seizures in patients suffering from epilepsy or a disorder called Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, which causes delayed development and seizures. Another use for Lamolep is delaying severe episodes of mania and depression in patients affected by bipolar disorder. Lamolep belongs to a class of medicines known as anticonvulsants and it helps to prevent and control seizures by reducing abnormal electrical activity in the brain.
The dosage regimen required for patients taking Lamolep to treat seizures varies greatly, and your doctor will determine the dosage regimen required for you based on numerous factors, including which other medicine you are taking for epilepsy, as well as the severity of your condition.
Lamolep may cause unwanted side effects such as: tremors, difficulty balancing, visual disturbances, uncontrollable eye movements, menstrual period changes or vaginal itching.
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