SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET Prescription Required

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Pack Size : 10`S
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SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET has the following salts in its composition

 1) LACOSAMIDE

Uses Of SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET

Uses Of Salt: LACOSAMIDE

Seizure disorder

Side Effects Of SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET

Side Effects Of Salt: LACOSAMIDE

Dizziness, vertigo, depression, emotional instability, hostility, Nervousness, ataxia, tremor, amnesia, headache, nausea, dyspepsia, diarrhoea, Somnolence, asthenia, anorexia

Contraindications Of SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET

Contraindications Of Salt: LACOSAMIDE

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    • Yes
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    • Twice a day
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    • Thrice a day
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    • Four times a day
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    • More than 4 times a day
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  • Have you been prescribed this medicine by a doctor?

    • Yes
      Percentage: 50%
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    • Very Economical
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  • This page was last updated on 18-08-2017.

Uses Of SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET

Uses Of Salt: LACOSAMIDE Seizure disorder

Side Effects Of SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET

Sideeffect Of Salt: LACOSAMIDE Dizziness, vertigo, depression, emotional instability, hostility, Nervousness, ataxia, tremor, amnesia, headache, nausea, dyspepsia, diarrhoea, Somnolence, asthenia, anorexia

Contraindications Of SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET

Contraindications Of Salt: LACOSAMIDE NA

SEIZGARD 100MG TABLET has the following salts in its composition

 1) LACOSAMIDE

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