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What is Lamotrigine (Lamictal)?

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This drug is prescribed for treatment of epilepsy. Lamotrigine treats partial, some generalized seizures and mixed seizures. It rarely causes side effects, but they can include dizziness, trouble with sleep, or the potentially deadly Stevens Johnson rash.

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Epilepsy Foundation.

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Reviewed by Christopher Melinosky on January 07, 2020

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Epilepsy Foundation.

News release, FDA.

Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc.

News release, UCB Inc.

Reviewed by Christopher Melinosky on January 07, 2020

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