Lamictal (lamotrigine) is an anti-epileptic medicine used to treat seizures (convulsions) in adults and children. If a child is prescribed this medicine they are supposed to be at east 2 years of age. Your doctor needs to know if you have kidney disease, liver disease, or heart disease to be able to prescribe an efficient dose that won't cause side effects. Your dose may be changed occasionally to make sure you are benefitting from the treatment, and your blood will be tested regularly with the same purpose. Such symptoms as mood changes, suicidal thoughts, hostility, depression, restlessness, hyperactivity, anxiety, and agitation sometimes occur in patients using Lamictal. They indicate some problems and you will need to consult your doctor if you get any of them soon after starting your treatment or at any moment during the treatment. In some very rare cases a dangerous side effect is possible - skin rash. This side effect is severe and may display the following symptoms that you will need to report to your health care provider as soon as possible: swollen glands, headache, red skin rash, sore throat, fever, and severe blistering. Such side effects as insomnia, diarrhea, weight loss, lack of coordination, dizziness, drowsiness, mild nausea, headache, and runny or stuffy nose can be ignored as long as they do not get severe.
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