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Epilim side effects in children





Sodium valproate for preventing seizures - Medicines for Children

10/13/2014
04:04 | Author: Lauren Ross

Epilim side effects in children
Sodium valproate for preventing seizures - Medicines for Children

Your doctor may prescribe modified release tablets (Epilim Chrono or Epival) Your child may get these side-effects when they first start taking.

Liquid or syrup: Measure out the right amount using an oral syringe or medicine spoon. You can get these from your pharmacist. Do not use a kitchen teaspoon as it will not give the right amount.

If you think someone else may have taken the medicine by accident, contact your doctor straight away.

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Your child may get these side-effects when they first start taking sodium valproate. They will usually settle down within a week or so as their body gets used to the medicine.

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Side Effects Of Epilim Liquid???? - Circle of Moms

8/12/2014
02:32 | Author: David Perry

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Side Effects Of Epilim Liquid???? - Circle of Moms

Hi I'm back here again, I've finally got my 20 month old put on epilim liquid after a All Communities > Moms of Epileptic/Seizure Disorder Kids > Side effects of.

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Epilim Side Effects in Children

6/11/2014
12:52 | Author: Emma Coleman

Epilim side effects in children
Epilim Side Effects in Children

Epilim Side Effects in Children Epilim is used for seizures in children. Photo Credit White capsules image by Elzbieta Sekowska from Fotolia.

According to the Micromedex, children on Epilim may experience high blood pressure, an increased heart rate and even chest pain, although, fortunay, these effects only occur in 1 percent to 5 percent of patients. Palpitations--the feeling of a fast-pounding heartbeat--and swelling of the legs and arms may also occur, but these are relatively rare side effects.

Epilim may be associated with deafness and ringing in the ears of patients who take this medication. Micromedex reports that between 1 percent and 5 percent of patients may experience deafness and 1 percent to 7 percent may experience a ringing of the ears, called tinnitus.

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Epilim Liquid - X-PIL

4/10/2014
02:56 | Author: Emma Coleman

Epilim side effects in children
Epilim Liquid - X-PIL

Epilim Liquid is used to treat epilepsy (fits) in adults and children. The following medicines can increase the chance of you getting side effects, when taken with.

It is very important that you discuss your treatment with your doctor well before you become pregnant.

Epilim Liquid should not be diluted.

A small number of people being treated with anti-epileptics such as sodium valproate have had thoughts of harming or killing themselves. If at any time you have these thoughts, immediay contact your doctor.

You should not take this medicine if you are pregnant or a women of child-bearing age unless explicitly advised by your doctor.

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Alcohol intake is not recommended during treatment.

Make sure you or your child keep your regular appointments for a check up.

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Epilim Syrup - X-PIL

2/9/2014
04:20 | Author: David Perry

Epilim side effects in children
Epilim Syrup - X-PIL

Epilim Syrup is used to treat epilepsy (fits) in adults and children. The following medicines can increase the chance of you getting side effects, when taken with.

Keep taking until your doctor ls you to stop. Do not stop taking Epilim Syrup just because you feel better. If you stop your fits may come back.

Epilim Syrup can change levels of liver enzymes, salts or sugars shown up on blood and urine tests.

You should not take this medicine if you are pregnant or a women of child-bearing age unless explicitly advised by your doctor.

Very little Epilim Syrup gets into the breast milk. However, talk to your doctor about whether you should breast-feed your baby.

If you become pregnant, think you may be pregnant or plan to become pregnant while taking Epilim Syrup, you must l your doctor straight away.

Adults (including the elderly).

Before you start taking Epilim Syrup, your doctor should discuss with you the possible problems when it is taken in pregnancy.

Well before you become pregnant it is important to discuss pregnancy and epilepsy with your doctor and, if you have one, your epilepsy specialist.

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