How many of you out there take Depakote? My son was prescribed 250mg twice a day. I am looking for any side effects to look for also does anyone take the generic? my Pdoc is putting him on brand. Megga more money then generic Anyone info would be helpful
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Hello Honey Bunny, I've taken Depakote and now I'm taking the generic brand. The only issues that I had was that I would get extremely tired. I would end up taking a two hour nap. But after a while I got used to it and I no longer feel tired.
I hope it helps him. hugs
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Report This| Share this:QuestionHello Honey Bunny, I've taken Depakote and now I'm taking the generic brand. The only issues that I had was that I would get extremely tired. I would end up taking a two hour nap. But after a while I got used to it and I no longer feel tired.<br /><br />I hope it helps him. hugs
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