Memory problems effect of Keppra

We have 250 consumer reports for Keppra. Memory problems effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Memory problems side effect for Keppra


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Keppra Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 250 reported about Memory problems

  1. Belinda J. McLeod says:
    3.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    By taking the seizures went back significantly, but I have large concentration disorders, am forgetful and have always shortly after taking the feeling that I am energized, but after about 20 min

  2. Jessica A. Zimmerman says:
    4.0 rating

    Keppra for Epilepsy

    I have had epilepsy since I was 9 years old. Unfortunately I am still not set correctly and get about 1-2 seizures per week. It now comes to me the question of whether I may operate. Have an appointment in Bethel soon. Maybe something to do with a vagus nerve stimulator. Side effects of the tablets: 1. Ever since I took the carbamazepine, I have been struggling with forgetfulness. My neurologist told me that it can come from the seizures themselves. 2. In the Keppra, I’ve become quite aggressive at times and am very fast on the palm. 3. In the topiramate, I had a slight tingling in my legs at the beginning. But what has disappeared again.

  3. 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