Why use Oxcarb in treating partial seizure?
Oxcarb is an anticonvulsant drug. It has an ingredient that works to minimize the series of seizures. It is safe to use and approved by the U.S Food and Drug Authority. Oxcarb is available on our website. You can purchase it here for only $9.09 for 30tablets of 150mg. It has a cheaper price than buying the brand name sold in the market.
How does Oxcarb work?
Oxcarb has Oxcarbazepine as an active ingredient. It belongs to an anticonvulsant group of drugs. This property works by affecting the chemical activity of the brain. This drug can affect the neurotransmitters called as “GABA” or Glutamate. It also works to stabilize the effect on nerves. It reduces the certain types of mood that a patient may have. The drug works to slow down the abnormal nerve impulse of the brain. Its controls and stop the onset of a seizure. It also controls the mood of a person with bipolar disorder.
How to use Oxcarb?
Oxcarb is available on our website in tablet form that you need to take by mouth. Take this medication exactly as directed by your doctor. Take it every 12 hours or twice a day with or without food. Swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water. The length of time using this drug will depend on your doctor and your condition. Never stop taking this medication without consulting your doctor.
What are the side effects of Oxcarb?
Oxcarb may cause side effects just like any other medications. Inform your doctor right away if you will experience any of the following signs:
- Changes in vision
- A headache
- Irregular heartbeat
- Stomach upset
- Uncontrolled eye movements
If you experience other side effects call your doctor right away. Seek for medical attention.
Warnings and Precautions
- Avoid consuming alcohol while using this drug. It may lead to harmful effects.
- This medicine may cause dizziness and sleepiness. Do not drive or operate machinery.
- Do not use this drug if you’re allergic to its ingredient.
- Do this is not safe for pregnant women. It may seriously harm the baby.
- If you’re lactating do not take this drug. It may put your baby at risk.
- Some drugs may interact with this medicine. Inform your doctor if you’re taking other drugs.