Confusion effect of Keppra

We have 250 consumer reports for Keppra. Confusion effect occurred in 2%.

Patients statistics on Confusion side effect for Keppra

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
143.3
202.83

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 11″

Average age
51
47

Keppra Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 250 reported about Confusion

  1. Steven B. Kramer says:
    1.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    Keppra often causes mushy to fluid bowel movements in my case. Concentration disorders are something normal. Confusion and dizziness can be triggered, inter alia, in conjunction with other anti-epileptics, such as e. Lamotrigine. The main active ingredient of Keppra, Levetiracepam, is classified as Harmful (Xn) and the dose should only be 1032mg / day (test on laboratory rats). ** The danger of severe depression and suicide is possible. ** Levetiracepam was approved in the market in 2000. **

  2. Darlene R. Gelman says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    With Zonegran, Topamax and Keppra, it initially went quite well until depressive moods set. Zonegran, on the other hand, is not possible at the moment, because I tolerate it otherwise. However, what happened to me at a dose of Zonegran of 50-0-50 was ear noise, so I had to go down to 25-0-50 again. Actually more, but now it is good and miraculously they are gone now! I take 1000 Keppra and 100 Topamax in the morning and in the evening. With fatigue I still have to fight occasionally and with mental blocks. Sometimes confusion.

  3. Carolyn D. Gardner says:
    1.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    Following a stroke 07/08 with hemiplegia and speech loss, Trevilor has helped break down speech blocks. The entire condition has improved from cheerful dementia (previously given a pure serotonin reuptake inhibitor) in significantly more alertness and clarity, and after just under two weeks. Epileptic convulsions made it necessary to provide a means of both muscle relaxation and seizures. Initially, ergonyl was given in conjunction with lioresal, causing severe restlessness, followed by near-comatose fatigue, confusion, and anxiety. Instead of Ergonyl, she now gets Keppra 500 mg, which she seems to tolerate a little better. Restlessness and fatigue are much less, but the confusion remains. Once the medication is reduced, she is mentally there again, but cramps immediately. After 3 months, a strong potassium deficiency was now noted, which was called a side effect of Keppra. By contrast, she now gets Kalinor effervescent tablets 1-0-1. In addition, she naturally takes metaprolol, Diovan, ASA and Simvahexal for heart, blood pressure and blood lipids. These drugs have been around for years.

  4. Shannon H. Leon says:
    4.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    I took Keppra 6 weeks and had many side effects. I am Asperger Autist and I have strong tics, which intensified and new ones were added. Before I took Keppra, I often scratched my arms, but it got worse under the medication. In the 6 weeks I scratched my arms bloody 4 times and would have continued even if they had not stopped me (has disappeared with the setback again). In addition, ticks such as flicking fingers (dropped off 1.5 years ago and still can not stop), which is quite noticeable when one has to tum with other people. Besides, I was often trapped in my own world and did not hear about the outside world. Instead, sitting around in the gegent and hummed (fortunately now gone again). The six weeks were a disaster for the people around me. My fiancé (with whom I live together) was not allowed to come close to me and gently took away my kneaded. I only ate under duress.

    Side effects: Confusion; Panic attacks; Fatigue