Our expert says:
I have checked my copy of MIMS and no gain in appetite is listed for Rivotril. It may be a good idea to discuss this change in appetite with your prescribing dr because it could be due to the medication or a change in the appetite centre in the brain. Let's see what the dr can do about this situation if increased appetite is linked to Rivotril (e.g. reduction in dosage or a change in medication). But do NOT make any changes to your medication without consulting your dr first.
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