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hula_dancer73 posted:
hi all,

I am getting off my Vimpat in 2 weeks finally. then I will be on THREE and NOT four. Finally reducing them. I will stay on 3 for a long time though.

I am still taki


ng 800 mgs of Lamictal, 200 mgs of Topamax, and 3 mgs of Klonopin. I will NEVER come off the Lamictal. ihave been on it for just over 10 yrs.

I am just so happy I am getting rid of the Vimat! That drig casued co may s/e that were not very good. It is also a class V drug, that all I did was sleep after taking it.

hawi'i id great. in the 70s and is just perfect.

Nancy
I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!
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hawiian_girl11 responded:
now they have added pamelor and Inderal both with the second used for migraine treatment. go from onr to qnother.

so now I HVE 2 more piled up on top oe everything elwe. but at least they are Not sz drugs. one is a TCA antdepressant nd the other one is a beta-blpocker and has lowered my BP by quite a lot and I am sleeping fr 3 or more hrs a day AFTER I am up and the kid has gone to school..


it hs gone from 120/70 to 106/60 andI I have only been on it for 2 weeks,


nancy
 
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dancer86442 replied to hawiian_girl11's response:
Hi Nancy, I apologize for not replying sooner. I do hope your meds all agree w/ each other. Good to hear you are Off at least 1 seizure med. Hope That works for you. Hugs Love Candi


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