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

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Lyrica oral     2879 User Reviews
Neurontin oral     1995 User Reviews
gabapentin oral     1514 User Reviews
Lamictal oral     1187 User Reviews
Depakote oral     699 User Reviews
Keppra oral     649 User Reviews
Trileptal oral     353 User Reviews
lamotrigine oral     287 User Reviews
Depakote ER oral     248 User Reviews
Dilantin oral     185 User Reviews
primidone oral     138 User Reviews
Vimpat oral     123 User Reviews
divalproex oral     111 User Reviews
oxcarbazepine oral     101 User Reviews
levetiracetam oral     100 User Reviews
Zonegran oral     92 User Reviews
pregabalin oral     89 User Reviews
zonisamide oral     85 User Reviews
Mysoline oral     78 User Reviews
acetazolamide oral     76 User Reviews
phenobarbital oral     68 User Reviews
Lamictal Starter (Orange) Kit oral     61 User Reviews
valproic acid oral     58 User Reviews
Dilantin Extended oral     58 User Reviews
Dilantin Kapseal oral     51 User Reviews
Tranxene T-Tab oral     46 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT oral     44 User Reviews
Dilantin-125 oral     31 User Reviews
clorazepate dipotassium oral     27 User Reviews
Depakote Sprinkles oral     26 User Reviews
Ativan injection     24 User Reviews
Horizant oral     24 User Reviews
phenytoin sodium extended oral     24 User Reviews
Lamictal Starter (Blue) Kit oral     22 User Reviews
Felbatol oral     18 User Reviews
Keppra intravenous     16 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT Starter (Orange) oral     15 User Reviews
Stavzor oral     13 User Reviews
Oxtellar XR oral     13 User Reviews
Phenytek oral     12 User Reviews
phenytoin oral     10 User Reviews
valproic acid (as sodium salt) oral     10 User Reviews
Depakene oral     9 User Reviews
Vimpat intravenous     9 User Reviews
lorazepam injection     8 User Reviews
levetiracetam intravenous     6 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT Starter (Blue) oral     6 User Reviews
gabapentin enacarbil oral     5 User Reviews
valproic acid (bulk)     4 User Reviews
Potiga oral     4 User Reviews
Depacon intravenous     3 User Reviews
Dilantin Infatabs oral     3 User Reviews
Celontin oral     3 User Reviews
Cerebyx injection     3 User Reviews
Lamictal Starter (Green) Kit oral     3 User Reviews
lacosamide oral     3 User Reviews
Lamictal ODT Starter (Green) oral     2 User Reviews
Luminal injection     1 User Reviews
lorazepam in 0.9 % sodium chloride intravenous     1 User Reviews
lorazepam in dextrose 5 % intravenous     1 User Reviews
valproate sodium intravenous     1 User Reviews
felbamate oral     1 User Reviews
fosphenytoin injection     1 User Reviews
lacosamide intravenous     1 User Reviews
Fanatrex oral     1 User Reviews
perampanel oral     1 User Reviews
Fycompa oral     1 User Reviews
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phenobarbital in 0.9 % sodium chloride intravenous     Be the first to review it
methsuximide oral     Be the first to review it
amobarbital injection     Be the first to review it
Amytal injection     Be the first to review it
Nembutal Sodium injection     Be the first to review it
pentobarbital sodium intravenous     Be the first to review it
levetiracetam in sod chloride(iso-osm) intravenous     Be the first to review it
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