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


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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.