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    An_251490 posted:
    Thanks alot for reply ,really you make me somewhat quite, my son began treatment since 13 feb on depakine 100 ml×3 times daily and ethoxamide 4 cm twice daily he sleep to much 16 hour daily so the dr decrease the dose to become 2cm twice daily then the dose increased gradually 1 cm every two week to reach 4cm twice daily again and depakine 150 ml day and night 100ml at the mid day. i continue this regmin for 2 month then we repeat EEG on 13 april it show no change and he still have the seizures the dr give him lamotrigine(lamictal 25) 1/2tablet for 10 days then 1 tablet afterthat.
    I want to take your opinin about these medication and i can sent to you the 2 EEG he did . Thank you
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