Language disorders effect of Lamictal

We have 115 consumer reports for Lamictal. Language disorders effect occurred in 4%.

Patients statistics on Language disorders side effect for Lamictal

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
158.18
182.98

Average height in Ft
5′ 8″
5′ 7″

Average age
38
66

Lamictal Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 115 reported about Language disorders

  1. Claudine A. Sterling says:
    3.5 rating

    Lamictal for Epilepsy

    Depakine: It was awful! Weight gain (about 10 – 15 kilos), permanent fatigue (!!), could not get up, Could not express me linguistically – words omitted me, could not articulate me more. Could not learn anymore, did not notice anything anymore (big concentration difficulties), grades were bad, I was getting worse and worse with these things. almost slept and ate more (after the increase ..) The doctor said that it was not because of the medication, but because I had started to study and everything was new to me …. schmafu …. well, then a doctor change! private doctor. Switching to Lamictal – I was suddenly much better, first exam on the uni, note 2, totally great. weight loss, concentration improved again – now I’m really good !!! I can only say: trust your body and do not trust your doctor. I’ve always thought (when I was still small na, they already know what they are doing … that’s not true ….. – long process of cognition =) ok, then good luck people

  2. Rhonda A. Keen says:
    4.0 rating

    Lamictal for Epilepsy

    Keppra: nausea, stomach upset, discontinued due to excessive weight loss. Lamictal in the beginning dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, disappeared after a time. Remained: severe fatigue, difficulty concentrating, word finding disorders, muscle twitching Rivotril: just dizzy at the beginning, now no more side effects. Topamax: tingling in the fingers and feet, dizziness at the beginning. But they disappeared again. Loss of appetite, weight loss, sleep disorders.