- Are Oxtellar and Trileptal the Same Thing?
- What Are Possible Side Effects of Trileptal?
- What Are Possible Side Effects of Oxtellar?
- What is Trileptal?
- What is Oxtellar?
- What Drugs Interact with Trileptal?
- What Drugs Interact with Oxtellar?
- How Should Trileptal Be Taken?
- How Should Oxtellar Be Taken?
Are Oxtellar and Trileptal the Same Thing?
Trileptal may be used in children who are at least 2 years old, while Oxtellar may be used in children who are age 6 and older.
What Are Possible Side Effects of Trileptal?
Common side effects of Trileptal include:
- tired feeling,
- upset stomach,
- mental slowness,
- trouble concentrating,
- trouble sleeping,
- skin rash,
- blurred or double vision,
- dry mouth,
- constipation, and
- problems with speech, balance, or walking.
- changes in vision,
- involuntary eye movements,
- difficulty speaking,
- difficulty concentrating,
- loss of coordination,
- trouble walking (abnormal gait),
- uncontrolled muscle movements (tremor),
- dulled sense of touch,
- easy bleeding or bruising,
- chest pain,
- persistent sore throat,
- stomach or abdominal pain,
- bloody stool,
- dark urine,
- change in amount of urine, or
- yellowing of eyes or skin.
What Are Possible Side Effects of Oxtellar?
Side effects of Oxtellar include<:/p>
- problems with walking and coordination (unsteadiness),
- double vision,
- blurred vision or other problems with eyesight,
- stomach cramps,
- runny or stuffy nose,
- sinus infection, or
- mood changes.
What is Trileptal?
What is Oxtellar?
What Drugs Interact With Trileptal?
What Drugs Interact With Oxtellar?
How Should Trileptal Be Taken?
Treatment with Trileptal starts at a dose of 600 mg/day, twice daily. If needed, the dose may be increased by a maximum of 600 mg/day at approximately weekly intervals; the recommended daily dose is 1200 mg/day.
How Should Oxtellar Be Taken?
The recommended daily dose of Oxtellar is 1,200 mg to 2,400 mg per day. Adults should begin with 600 mg per day, with weekly dose increases of 600 mg until the recommended daily dose is achieved. Dosing in children is based on weight.
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