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Considering taking medication to treat Simple-Partial Epilepsy? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Simple-Partial Epilepsy. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Topamax oral     2068 User Reviews
Lamictal oral     1204 User Reviews
Depakote oral     701 User Reviews
Trileptal oral     358 User Reviews
lamotrigine oral     299 User Reviews
Depakote ER oral     251 User Reviews
topiramate oral     220 User Reviews
divalproex oral     116 User Reviews
oxcarbazepine oral     105 User Reviews
levetiracetam oral     101 User Reviews
Keppra XR oral     87 User Reviews
acetazolamide oral     84 User Reviews
phenobarbital oral     72 User Reviews
Lamictal Starter (Orange) Kit oral     61 User Reviews
valproic acid oral     59 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT oral     44 User Reviews
Lamictal XR oral     34 User Reviews
Depakote Sprinkles oral     26 User Reviews
Trokendi XR oral     24 User Reviews
Lamictal Starter (Blue) Kit oral     22 User Reviews
Gabitril oral     21 User Reviews
Felbatol oral     18 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT Starter (Orange) oral     15 User Reviews
Oxtellar XR oral     15 User Reviews
valproic acid (as sodium salt) oral     10 User Reviews
Depakene oral     9 User Reviews
Lamictal XR Starter (Orange) oral     9 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT Starter (Blue) oral     6 User Reviews
Lamictal XR Starter (Blue) oral     6 User Reviews
valproic acid (bulk)     4 User Reviews
felbamate oral     3 User Reviews
Lamictal Starter (Green) Kit oral     3 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT Starter (Green) oral     2 User Reviews
Topiragen oral     2 User Reviews
Luminal injection     1 User Reviews
tiagabine oral     1 User Reviews
Lamictal XR Starter (Green) oral     1 User Reviews
Qudexy XR oral     1 User Reviews
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phenobarbital in 0.9 % sodium chloride intravenous     Be the first to review it

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