Epilepsy, Seizures, Preventive treatment of migraine
10 Tablet in one strip
10 to 17 working days
Topamac 50mg tablets are used to treat seizures and migraines. We recommend starting small and building up gradually. Do not stop taking the drug suddenly, as this may cause withdrawal symptoms such as seizures.
What is Topamac 50mg?
Topamac 50mg tablets, an anticonvulsant, helps with seizures. Your doctor may prescribe the drug in combination with other drugs or on its own, depending on the patient’s condition. Also, the drug effectively prevents headaches caused by migraines. Topamac 50 controls certain chemicals present in the brain to treat seizures and prevent headaches.
How does Topamac 50mg work?
Topiramate 50 mg tablets are antiepileptic drugs. It controls seating by reducing abnormalities and the overactivity of nerve cells in the brain.
What is Topamac 50mg used for?
Topiramate 50 mg tablets are anticonvulsants (or antiepileptic drugs) that reduce nerve irritation that causes seizures. Controlling your seizure frequency gives you confidence in your daily activities. Helps relieve symptoms such as confusion, uncontrollable seizures, loss of consciousness, fear, and anxiety.
This drug has nothing to do with physical or psychological dependence (addiction), but it should not be stopped suddenly. To be effective, take it regularly as prescribed. Inadequate doses can lead to seizures.
Prevention of migraine
It is not entirely clear how Topamac 50 mg tablets can help prevent migraines. It can alter the abnormal overactivity of nerve cells in the brain and increase the activity of areas of the brain associated with migraines. By preventing and reducing the frequency of headaches, you can go about your daily activities and improve your quality of life.
Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) is rare but severe epilepsy that usually develops during infancy. Affected children can have several types of seizures. Topamac 50 mg tablets help prevent and control these seizures by reducing the nerve impulses that cause them.
How to take Topiramate 50 mg?
It can be taken at the same time, preferably daily, with or without food. If you miss an appointment, remember the whole process and book it as soon as you finish, even if you feel better. Suddenly stopping the drug without consulting your doctor may increase the frequency of seizures. Your doctor may recommend that you monitor your serum bicarbonate levels regularly while taking this drug.
How to take Topamac 50mg?
It can be consumed with or without food, preferably at the same time, each day. If you miss an appointment, remember the whole process and book as soon as you’re done, even if you feel better. Stopping the drug suddenly without consulting your doctor may increase the frequency of seizures. While taking this drug, your doctor may recommend that you regularly monitor your serum bicarbonate levels.
What are the Side Effects?
- Loss of appetite
- Memory impairment
- Speech disorder
- Abdominal pain
- Taste change
- Upper respiratory tract infection
- Visual impairment
- Weight loss
- Psychomotor impairment
What are the Dosage Instructions?
Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. When it’s time to take your next dose, don’t take the one you missed. Do not take twice to make up for a missed dose.
If you experience overdose symptoms such as drowsiness or blurred speech, seek emergency help or see your doctor.
- Topamac 25mg
- Topamac 100mg
Warnings and Precautions
It is dangerous to drink with Topiramate 50 mg tablets.
Topiramate 50 mg tablets are unsafe to use during pregnancy due to strong evidence that they are dangerous for growing babies. However, doctors rarely prescribe it in certain life-threatening situations where the benefits outweigh the potential risks. Consult your doctor.
Topamac 50 mg tablets are safe to use while breastfeeding. Limited human data indicate that the drug can pass into breast milk and harm the baby.
This can reduce alertness, affect vision, and cause drowsiness and dizziness. Do not drive if you experience any of these symptoms.
It should be used with caution in patients with impaired renal function. You may need to adjust the dose of Topamac tablets. Consult your doctor.
It should be used with caution in patients with liver disease. The dosage of the tablets may need to be adjusted. Consult your doctor.
Do not stop taking it suddenly without telling your doctor. This can cause seizures in patients with a history of epilepsy.
This medication should be used with caution in patients with a history of depression. This can increase the risk of suicidal thoughts. Discuss these symptoms with your patient’s caregiver. If symptoms persist, see your doctor.
This medication should be used with caution in patients with liver damage. Functional liver tests should be carefully monitored. If symptoms persist, stop treatment.