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I know someonoe taking zarontin, (ethosuximide) but wants to try molly, what are the side affects?
Drugs: Potential death. Don't take molly.Get a more detailed answer ›
It can be.: Side effects of Ethosuximide can include dizziness, headache, sleepiness, decreased appetite, diarrhea, GI upset, nausea, vomiting, balance problems, confusion, altered sleep, itch, enlarged gums, hiccups, tongue swelling, change in blood count, allergic reaction, vision changes, & even psychosis, seizure, lupus, suicidal thoughts and behavior, or severe rash. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ethosuximine: You can find the answer to this at: http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682327.Html also, entering medlineplus.Gov into your browser's search bar will take you to the national library of medicine patient education website, with information about diseases and about drugs and supplements. The information at this site is reliable and accurate, unlike some internet sites. ...Read more
May cause: Muscle cramps can occur with Ethosuximide but it's not very common. Occasionally it can result in an auto immune type disorder so if you have muscle pain and joint pain/rash you should tell your MD. This is a medication used for a type of seizure (sometimes called petit mal or absence) so do not stop it or adjust the dose until you have talked to your Doctor about your muscle symptoms . ...Read more
It can: The website noted below lists the following including difficulty with sleeplessness. Psychiatric side effects have included sleep disturbances, night terrors, inability to concentrate, and aggressiveness. Paranoid psychosis, increased libido, and increased state of depression with overt suicidal intentions have been reported rarely. www.drugs.com/sfx/ethosuximide-side-effects.html. ...Read more