Im pretty sure i felt better coming off Epanutin and going onto Tegretrol.I thought i could think more clearly than i could before and had better memory(slightly).Although it also could have been a placebo effect,just with the change off drug and all that.When i did mention it to the nuero,she did say a lot off her patients said exactly the same thing.
So im gonna say yes since there are very little positives in the world off taking aeds
Different medications affect an individual in different ways so it is not unusual for one medication to cause different side effects in a particular individual than another medication. And what occurs in you may not occur in someone else.
I don't know if it's from a medicine, I've been on and off of so many that I've lost track of what, how much and when I've taken them, or that I'm having less seizures a month than I did at the beginning.
When I was first diagnosed with epilepsy, 10 years ago, I would have around 3 or more seizures a week. My memory would last maybe as long as a month. But if I had a seizure everything that I did that day was wiped out.
Now I have on average around 5 seizures a month and my memory sticks around for about 6 months before it starts to fade. I also remember what happened the day of the seizure.
Like I said I don't know if it's from medicine switches or the amount of seizures I'm having that did this.