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Posted by: Anon | 2010-06-11

Lamactin &  Camcolit

Also, what are the side effects of these?

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Lamictin is an anti-convulsant medication that is sometimes prescribed as a mood stabiliser in Bi-polar patients. The side effects are blurred or double vision or other changes in vision; clumsiness or unsteadiness; nausea; insomnia; sleepiness; back pain; fatigue; runny or stuffy nose; abdominal pain; dry mouth and Camcolit are Bi-polar medication. Less common side effects are anxiety, confusion, depression, irritability, or other mood or mental changes; continuous, uncontrolled back and forth and/or rolling eye movements.

Camcolit is prescribed for manic depression illness. Side effects are fatigue and muscle weakness; fine hand tremour; slurred speech; polyuria; polydipsia; mild nausea and genearl discomfort.

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Dr Anrich Burger

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