Fatigue effect of Keppra

We have 250 consumer reports for Keppra. Fatigue effect occurred in 41%.

Patients statistics on Fatigue side effect for Keppra

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.85
180.83

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 10″

Average age
42
46

Keppra Circle Diagram 103 consumers of 250 reported about Fatigue

  1. Marlon J. Shannon says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Astrocytoma; Epilepsy

    Illness: Epilepsy as a result of a brain tumor (astrocytoma II) For 3 months I take Keppra. Fatigue was the main side effect during the creep phase, so I’m fine with that. Concentration could be better. The Ausschleichphase of carbammazepine is completed in 2 weeks. Previously, I took 10 years of carbamazepine. The side effects were: fatigue, concentration and speech disorders, loss of libido, forgetfulness and mood reduction. At the end, there was a massive skin irritation (hives).

  2. Mary A. Carneal says:
    3.5 rating

    Keppra for Absence; Epilepsy

    My daughter only had Topamax (twice dosed) for a year, but then she lost her short-term memory and tipped into working memory (concentration and memory) into the bottomless. She was from the two-way average (high school) within a school year suddenly dislocation risk … u.a. that’s why we switched to Keppra in January. Since then she sleeps a lot and is often tired; but basically she can concentrate better and the short-term memory works better. Let’s see what it looks like in the EEG. May it stop. Dear a teenager who sleeps the puberty, as one who forgets even without alcohol, his name and where he wanted to go …;)

    Side effects: Fatigue
  3. Daniel M. Hahn says:
    3.5 rating

    Keppra for Fatigue

    210mg Temodal 4mg Ondanseron = tired and tired, I do not know what that costs. 2g Keppra = tired and tired, I do not know what that costs. Together about 2000 € per month.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  4. Matthew B. Schilling says:
    4.0 rating

    Keppra for Fatigue

    There were several side effects with me. I have to say here that I am already 70 years old, and until the age of 68 I still did competitive sport. After taking a big tiredness seized me. I always took Keppra in the evening. In the morning I was well rested but was not tired anymore. I always took 1000mg of Keppra. I take Keppra since January 2011, after my 2nd attack. I had the first attack 18 months earlier, but it is said that it is not a typical seizure. In addition to the fatigue I have not noticed any other side effects. I keep experimenting with Keppra, which of course can be dangerous for me, but I’m old enough, and probably dumb enough to do it.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  5. Diane J. Hurt says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    In the morning and in the evening I take 1000mg erggenyl and also 500mg each morning and evening keppra. am very tired on the medikamend wants to sleep only eigendlich, must usually consider whether I really took the tablets. I have almost no hunger

    Side effects: Appetite loss; Fatigue
  6. Ina P. Pittman says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    Only at the beginning fatigue and weight loss, overall less physically resilient even after prolonged ingestion. Aggressiveness, abdominal pain, flatulence, sleep disturbances and hair loss remain. Overall, but NW tolerable, works great for me.

  7. Joann B. Bentley says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    Hello, my daughter (8 years) took Ospolot for a year. Side effects such as hands crunching, lack of concentration, abdominal pain have been constant companions. For about 4 weeks we have switched to the drug Keppra juice. I can not say which of the two medications is better, because side effects such as constant fatigue, sore throat accompany us here.

  8. John V. Strickland says:
    4.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    Under valproic acid I had no side effects that I can attribute to the drug. I was well served and had nothing more to note. Just for the sake of a desire to have a baby, I was prepared for another drug – Keppra, which I did not know before. In the early days, I suffered a lot from fatigue, fatigue, lack of concentration, weakness, memory problems. These side effects have now improved a lot, but continue to exist. Side effects that I have persisted are: irritability, aggression, mood swings, increased depressive phases. Side effects where I do not know if they are due to Keppra: occasional pulsation in the eyelid, at times short twitching in the extremities (finger or leg), irritated throat / throat area

  9. Kenneth R. Williams says:
    3.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    have massive grand mal status attacks and have therefore keppra and valporat in the dosages 4000 mg keppra distributed on the day to 2 times 2 1000 mg tablets and 3 times a day 900 mg valporat, side effects are: morning tiredness, otherwise konzentrazionsschwäche, evening sleep disturbances and otherwise I feel like I’m dreaming all day and standing next to me

  10. Patsy M. Osborn says:
    4.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    I take the drug Keppra for 10 weeks, 1 tablet daily with 2 tablets. Mylepsinum, have been seizure-free since that day. I feel like newborn, or as before about 22 years ago when I was seizure-free. I am now 48 years old married with 2 healthy children. Since the age of 3 I suffer from epilepsy, have already taken several medications, but always the mylepsinum show no side effects with me. Until 10 weeks ago I took daily 2 Mylepsinum + 2 carbamazepine, which allegedly did not help after the blood I had 3-5 seizures in the winter up to 8. After 3 days of the change of carbamazepine to Keppra I already noticed tremendous effects and differences in my life. My concentration is back full again, the speech disorders are blown away, no forgetfulness, no more depredations, no drift and so on. However, I have to say that I can take the Keppra only at night before going to sleep, acts like a sleeping pill for me. Actually, I should take 4 Keppra + 2Mylepsinum daily after the doctor from Erlangen Hospital, which I did not want from the beginning (I was too much). So I took as usual in each case 1 tabl. in the morning and in the evening around 18 o’clock. I realized very quickly that I was always tired and could hardly do my housework. So I only hired myself for 1 Keppra night. Since that time I have seizure-free and overjoyed to get my life under control again. I advise each patient to discontinue the medicine carbamazepine. Above all, I advise the pharmaceutical industry to withdraw this drug because it causes more harm than good. Best regards Monika Baumann

  11. Shauna A. Buchanan says:
    3.0 rating

    Effectiveness of the drug was not yet detectable, as rarely had seizures before. However, other drugs have previously failed only and were by side effects and incompatibilities out of the question for patients to sell quickly. Keppra, on the other hand, has a positive effect on general health. short initial fatigue …. within 1 week completely fixed.

  12. Tyrone C. Graziano says:
    3.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    Existing tinnitus has increased dramatically as ear noise Fatigue Increases muscle cramps, calf cramps at night Occasionally, panic attacks in situations that resemble the seizure aura

  13. Rick B. Connor says:
    4.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    L-Polamidon: I take this for a very long time, after used for long-term pain treatment stage II drugs no longer worked, respectively. the side effects that outperformed effects. Many know L-polamidone, as well as methadone or polamidone, as a remedy for heroin and the like. Substances. However, the main application area was and is pain management. Important here would be the distinction between L-polamidone and polamidone. L-Polamidone, is 4x stronger than morphine. It is also twice as potent (more potent) than methadone. The active ingredient of L-Polamidon is levomethadone hydrochloride. The active substance of polamidone and methadone is: methadone hydrochloride. The distinction of these two Polamidonvarinaten is also important because a faulty treatment, reduced pain suppression and withdrawal symptoms may result. For example, if you take 40 mg of L-polamidone daily, you will get in the hospital only polamidone / methadone, in the same dosage, 40mg, one is underserved and the said problems occur, there are, of course, more potential problems. The effect of L-Polamidon can be described as very good (own experience). It is usually used as a mirror drug, especially in the treatment of chronic pain and must be taken so often every 24 hours. The drug delivery and duration extends over said 24 hours, if necessary. also 36h. Even in the form of drops, the effect lasts just as long. If you take the remedy for the very first time, it may be that you feel a bit weird, but it does subside. Typical side effects can be nausea and fatigue, but also drive increase, which I can not confirm myself. Basically you start under 10 drops (with 20 drops = 5mg). However, if you already take strong, group III assigned, opiates, before starting treatment with L-Polamidon, other starting dosages are possible, however, should be agreed and adjusted ONLY with the doctor. Even after many years, the quantities to be consumed do not get out of hand, because, unlike many other drugs, the tolerance effect is not very pronounced, of course it is present. It is always assumed that the remedy is taken as intended and not at whim. An often reported side effect, or concomitant, is either more sweating, resp. Hot flashes, which quickly fade away and come with no fixed rhythm, there are certainly exceptions here too. Long-term side effects related to organs are very differentiated. However, it is advisable to draw blood samples at regular intervals or, in consultation with the doctor, to discuss further options. Allderings is an effect or a consequence, even before the start of treatment, to discuss and evaluate exactly. The active ingredient of L-Polamidone is primarily physically dependent. This is noticeable, if used properly, not if the mirror is held regularly. If this is not the case, symptoms of withdrawal occur, which can vary greatly. The drug should NEVER be discontinued from now on, because depending on the duration of ingestion and dose level, a cold withdrawal can have fatal consequences. Psyschiche dependence is not at the forefront of this remedy, since the, this type of dependence triggering factors were minimized by the levorotatory form of the polamidone, therefore L-polamidone. So it does not kick when taking, at least I do not know this and it has also been described. In my case L-Polamidon helps me very well, but that does not mean that my pain has disappeared, but life is more bearable.

    Side effects: Sweat; Nausea; Fatigue
  14. Randolph S. Swiger says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Depression; Epilepsy

    Keppra: tiredness, excitement Apydan: no ctalopram: increased sweating, changed dreams

    Side effects: Sweat; Unrest; Fatigue
  15. Jonathan V. Worrall says:
    2.0 rating

    Keppra for Depression; Epilepsy

    Keppra: tiredness, lack of energy Apydan: no side effects Cipramil: ear noises, increased sweating

    Side effects: Sweat; Fatigue
  16. Franklin M. Carson says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    since 4 months against epilepsy used. initially hardly side effects, at times tolerable tiredness. Meanwhile, from time to time seh-u.gleichgewichtsstörungen auf.ob temporary stuttering due to keppra is due, is currently being studied.

  17. Elizabeth S. Rathjen says:
    4.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    My daughter (10) takes 2x250mg Keppra gg. Rolando epilepsy early and in the evening. Change took place about 2 years ago from Ospolot (since 6th LJ) to Keppra. since then seizure-free, however, side effects: tiredness, numbness of the whole body, in particular of the oral cavity when speaking, chewing and swallowing, speech disorders, hair loss easy, pimples, tw. reddened skin, unfocused, cognitive disorders, balance disorders, disturbance of overall coordination, weight gain, disinterest, delayed to almost no sensation of pain, weakness, weakness …

  18. Kevin L. Hunter says:
    2.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    extreme tiredness, slight weight gain, trembling hands – tremor (could that be a side effect ??),