Hair loss effect of Keppra

We have 250 consumer reports for Keppra. Hair loss effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Hair loss side effect for Keppra

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
150.16
155.06

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 8″

Average age
40
50

Keppra Circle Diagram 13 consumers of 250 reported about Hair loss

  1. 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.

  2. 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 …

  3. Dennis D. Ryan says:
    4.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    Background: stroke after heart arrhythmia in June 2006, except mild hearing impairment (telephone, music, TV sounds unpleasant) no relevant effects; Medication Beloc Zoc 95 (1/1/0/0), EnaHEXAL comp 10/25 (0.5 / 0/0/0), simvastatin AL 40 (1/0/0/0), 0.5 Marcumar average daily. After two epilleptischen occasional convulsion (symptomatic \\\ grand mal \\\) within four hours on New Year 2008 with medication Keppra 250 (1/0/1/0), subsequently followed by further observation Increase to (1/0/2/0). EEG inconspicuous. Driving license after three months again pronounced by treating neurologist. Familiarization difficult: fatigue, lack of energy, irritability, dizziness, mild headache, restlessness, poor concentration, apathy, muscle loss, increased hair loss. After / during six months taking time three or four times in addition temporarily onerous dropouts: severe dizziness (\\\ as if the ground under their feet pulls away \\\), unsteady gait (\ \\ feeling of falling \\\, \\\ sailor transition \\\), discomfort, tingling in extremities (right hand (fingertips) and right foot (feeling inadequate Circumscribed blood), dto light limb pain (hand, lower leg), slight coordination problems right hand (feeding and holding objects), high powerlessness (water bottle can not be passed with one hand while drinking), mild headache. Immediate bed rest and relaxation After two to four hours of relief, suspected new stroke or cardiac arrhythmia can be analyzed immediately, ECG negative, normal blood pressure, slightly anomalous sugar value is still being analyzed on strong and do not allow any real forward-looking planning. I will consult my supervising neurologist about an intake reduction. Without Keppra, I felt better overall.

  4. Jessica M. Bickerstaff says:
    4.5 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    To Ergenyl: The efficacy is good; unfortunately, many side effects accompany me, which is why my neurologist now creeps me on Keppra – as a monotherapy – so an interim report. Ergenyl: strong weight gain hair loss acne mood swings trembling libido loss forgetfulness speech disorders no hunger or satiety strong dreams Keppra: tired to sleep falling to weak body blackouts, as after excessive alcohol consumption internal insecurity Both meds together make of me a unserved people – hope, in 7 weeks, when the changeover is done, to be able to report better;) What amazed me by the way & amp; even more annoyed is the copayment obligation at Keppra, which does not exist for Ergenyl.

  5. Kristi J. Stewart says:
    4.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    to Keppra: Fatigue, dizziness, aggressiveness, depulsive disorders, lack of strength and listlessness – side effects diminished after about 2 months of use, unfortunately, despite a high dose in monotherapy no seizure freedom could be achieved, therefore Topamax as second-medi, again severe fatigue, occasionally mild dizziness (slow dosing!), slight eye pressure, severe bones or joint and muscle pain – improvement after about 2 weeks after each increase, mild word finding disorders mainly about 1 hour after taking Topamax – but seizure freedom !!! With Convulex (valproate) over 17 years completely seizure-free, weight gain, hair loss on the head or unwanted hair growth -> hormonal condition, other hormonal problems: cysts in the ovaries, absence of the menstrual bleeding, etc., Long-term side effect: liver parenchyma – & gt; Liver fatty acid GammaGT at 498 … & nbsp; WITHOUT ALCOHOL! Lamotrigine: gastrointestinal problems, increase seizure frequency