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    epilepsy med interation with other meds
    siriusblack posted:
    Does Lamictal interact with Metformin ? and Amloipine besylate ?
    maybe THIS is the reason why I'm irritable who knows
    dancer86442 responded:
    Sirius, you really should ask your Pharmacist about that! DRS really don't know as much about our meds as we would Like or pay attn to add-on meds & how they react to meds we are on. Again, use the Drug Toll above to learn more aabout All your meds & possible Side effects.

    Try the B-6. And Eat Healthy. Start keeping a Daily Journal while adjusting to your meds. More info as to what to include under Tips on the rite.

    Need/want a new Doc? Visit (Link posted in tips & resources, I believe. ) for a comprehensive list of Drs recommended by others' w/ Epilepsy. Maybe you can locate one near you that will take your insurance, too.

    Love Candi

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