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Gabapin (Gabapentin) is used with other medications to treat partial seizures.
Active Ingredients: Gabapentin
Country of Origin: India
Intended Patient: Unisex
Gabapin (Gabapentin), an epilepsy medication, is used with other medications to treat partial seizures (the type in which symptoms are limited). It may be prescribed whether or not the seizures eventually become general and result in loss of consciousness.
Take Gabapin (Gabapentin) exactly as directed by your physician. To effectively control your seizures, it is important that you take it 3 times a day, approximately every 8 hours. You should not go longer than 12 hours without a dose of medication.
More common side effects of Gabapin (Gabapentin) may include blurred, dimmed, or double vision, bronchitis (in children), dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue, fever (in children), involuntary eye movement, itchy, runny nose, lack of muscular coordination, nausea, tremor, viral infection (in children), vomiting, weight increase (in children).
Less common or rare side effects may include abnormal coordination, abnormal dreams, abnormal thinking, agitation, allergy, altered reflexes, anemia, angina pectoris (crushing chest pain), anxiety, apathy, arthritis, back pain, behavioral or psychological problems, bladder problems, bleeding gums, bloody stools, bruising, cataracts, chill, conjunctivitis (pinkeye), constipation, cough, cysts, decreased sensitivity to touch, dehydration, depression, difficult or labored breathing, dry eyes, dry mouth or throat, dry or scaly skin, ear problems, exaggerated feeling of well-being, excessive body hair, eye pain or disorder, fainting, feeling "high," "fever" blisters on lips and mouth, fluid retention, fracture, gas, general feeling of illness, hair loss, hallucination, headache, heart murmur, heartburn, hemorrhoids, hepatitis, high blood pressure, hoarseness, hostility, hyperactivity, increased appetite, increased salivation, increased sweating, indigestion, inflammation of the mouth, gums, or tongue, inflammation of the stomach and intestinal lining, irregular heartbeat, itching, joint pain, stiffness, or swelling, liver enlargement, loss of appetite, loss of bowel control, loss of memory, low blood pressure, menstrual problems, migraines, mononucleosis, mouth sores, muscle pain or weakness, nervousness, nosebleeds, paralysis, pneumonia, respiratory infections, sexual problems, shortness of breath, skin disorders, sleepwalking, sore throat, speech difficulties, stupor, swelling of the face, taste loss, tendinitis, thirst, tingling or pins and needles, twitching, unstable emotions, vaginal hemorrhage, vertigo, weight increase or decrease.
Gabapin (Gabapentin) causes some people to become drowsy and less alert. Do not drive or operate dangerous machinery or participate in any hazardous activity that requires full mental alertness until you are certain it does not have this effect on you.
Be sure to tell your physician if you have any kidney problems or are on hemodialysis, as your physician will need to adjust your dosage. Tell your physician about any medications you are taking, including over-the-counter drugs. The drug should be used during pregnancy only if clearly needed. If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, tell your physician immediately.