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Bioequivalent: Different versions of drugs also often differ in size, shape, color and the writing on them, but they work very similar in most cases. You can talk to your prescribing physician if you are concerned about switching between different versions of a drugs. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would luvox mix ok with lamictal, tegretol, klonopin, andro gel, onglyza, (saxagliptin) vitoryn, plavix, aspirin, coreg, losartan, isosorbide or would Zoloft be safer?
Generics: Keppra (levetiracetam) is the name brand and made by only one manufacturer...Ubc. Levetiracetam is the generic which has to comply with fda to be 100% +/- 20% of the milligram percentage of the active name brand. There are countless different generic manufacturers...If you are worried about the generic potency d/w your doctor and probably get a blood level to see how your body absorbs the drug... ...Read more
Yes: Yes, but always discuss with your prescriber, he is the best to know your condition. ...Read more
Racing thoughts: If the racing thoughts are from bipolar disorder, Depakote is probably the best. Keppra (levetiracetam) has been studied in bipolar depression, but the results have not been so good. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21034692 Lexapro and Celexa are both antidepressants which could worsen bipolar disorder if given by themselves without a mood stabilizer like depakote. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stimulant & Stones: Stimulants, like adderall, as well as seroquel (quetiapine) have potential anti-cholinergic side effects, which includes dehydration, which can increase the risk of developing kidney stones. If the use of these medications is indicated for you, to reduce the risk of kidney stones, drink 8-10 glasses water (8oz each) every day.If you are having pain or blood with urination or have questions, call your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which causes asthenia after not taking; 1-Haloperidol
Does any of these meds onterfere with calcium eing absorbed.Synthroid, buspar, zoloft, evista, adderall, lyrica, (pregabalin) voltaren, zocor, klonopin, lamictal, biotin?
Keppra (levetiracetam) weaned down?: So you're taking keppra (levetiracetam) and you want to stop taking it. Have you discussed this with the doctor who is prescribing the keppra (levetiracetam)? Have you asked your doctor the post question? Please repost and state your doctor's answers to your questions; or, if you haven't asked your doctor, please state why not. ...Read more
My husband is on brand keppra (levetiracetam) and dilatin (been on dilatin over 28 years) no seizure for 12 years can we switch to generic, keppra (levetiracetam) brand to expensive?
Antiepileptic: Really need to speak to your doctor. Drugs which require specific levels in the serum in order to be effective may behave differently in generic form and require further adjustment. That being said a generic is certainly an option. ...Read more
Been on surmontil (trimipramine) 50 mg. For 12 yrs. Now generic doesn't seem as effective. Is generic the same formulation?
Yes and no: Generics must contain the same active ingredient as the branded product, but other ingredients (fillers) or delivery system (capsule vs pill vs gelcap vs specialized release system) may be different. Generics from other countries may not be tested as thoroughly to make certain dose of active ingredient is consistent. Discuss concerns with fp/doc &/or pharmacist. ...Read more