Our expert says:
Up to one in three patients with epilepsy requires a combination of different anti-epileptic drugs for seizure control. In uncommon cases, even more than two of these medicines may be needed.
Although interactions are a strong possibility with many of these combinations, the combination may also be the treatment that makes a difference - the important thing is to stick to the dose prescribed by your doctor and to report any side-effects.
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