What is Lamictal?


Lamotrigine, often prescribed under the brand name Lamictal, is used to control seizures in both adults and children that have epilepsy. It can often be prescribed for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and as a treatment for bipolar disorder. Alcohol should be avoided while taking Lamotrigine, because it can decrease the benefits of the drug, and increase the chance of adverse side effects such as sedation and dizziness.

You should talk to your doctor about proper precautions to take when using this medication. Lamotrigine can interact with other medicines, including carbamazepine, female hormones including birth control pills, methotrexate, Phenobarbital, phenytoin, primidone, pyrimethamine, rifampin, trimethoprim and valproic acid. Contact your doctor immediately if you develop a skin reaction, fever, swelling, or shortness of breath after taking Lamotrigine.
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Do not drink alcohol while taking Lamictal . Alcohol may increase drowsiness or dizziness caused by Lamictal . Alcohol may also increase the risk of seizures. Lamictal may cause drowsiness
Not Medical Advice: Alcohol increases the dizziness or drowsiness caused by Lamictal. It also increases the risk of seizures. report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February 02
Seriously. I could counsel you on what to stop taking, and what you can take and have a few beers, but I'm not going to. Drinking with Xanax and/or Klonopin has killed people before
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