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    Seizures after 14 years - not reacting to meds well

    Hi. I am new here. I had 4 seizures when I was 15 years old. They started in my leg and then spread to grand mal. It is very odd because I remember them entirely. My first one happened while I was sleeping and I thought I was being possessed by a demon. I managed to crawl across the house...
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    Keppra Withdrawal?

    Hi, this is my first time posting, and I was hoping to get some help or insight. About 5-6 years ago, I experienced a seizure in my sleep. Since then, I've had a few more, all while sleeping. I had been on Keppra 500mg nightly for about 4.5 years, and have been on Levetiracetam 500mg nightly...
  3. brain

    Cardiovascular problems: Common AEDS may increase risk of cardiovascular problems

    Cardiovascular problems: Common anti-seizure drugs may increase risk of cardiovascular problems
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    Stomach problem

    Meds: Levetiracetam, (2) 750mg twice a day; Carbamazepine, (1) 200mg 3 times a day. Every so often my stomach has this feeling of :pfft:. Just uneasy all day. Acting like an antagonist. Making fun of me. I'm able to function, but laying down is calling. Doctor has no answer. Anyone else have...
  5. chinchillachic18

    generic keppra

    has anyone taken Levetiracetam? I really dont want to take it because i have ALOT of doubts about this medicine..this may sound paranoid, but i dont trust it. My mom picked it up for me today because they wouldnt give me keppra unless i got another letter from my doctor..and the bottle says "no...
  6. BuckeyeFan

    question about the new GENERIC Keppra (Levetiracetam)

    I just found out yesterday that the USA has approved a generic form of Keppra. I found out when the price of my brand name skyrocketed and the generic was offered for $18 (90 day supply). The brand name is now about $250, where I used to pay $135. So this is good news IF the generic is...
  7. BuckeyeFan

    Keppra - Alone or Adjunct

    When I first started Keppra in 2003, I was told that it was only to be used as an adjunct and not a stand alone AED. I read up on it extensively the first couple of years and believed this to be true. Since I have joined CWE, I have noticed several people that are taking only Keppra. Please...
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