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Zeptol (Carbamazepine) is used in the treatment of seizure disorders, including certain types of epilepsy. It is also prescribed for trigeminal neuralgia (severe pain in the jaw) or pain in the tongue and throat.
Active Ingredients: Carbamazepine
Manufacturer: Sun Pharma
Country of Origin: India
Intended Patient: Unisex
Zeptol (Carbamazepine) is used for the treatment of seizure disorders such as epilepsy. It is also prescribed for trigeminal neuralgia (severe jaw pain) or pain in the tongue and throat. In addition, some physicians use this medication to treat alcohol withdrawal, cocaine addiction, and emotional disorders such as depression and abnormally aggressive behavior.
One tablet of Zeptol (Carbamazepine) is normally taken two times each day. These should be swallowed with a full glass of water along with a meal to prevent nausea. Never split or crush the tablets to avoid destroying or changing the effects of their contents. Ask your physician any questions you have to make sure you are using it correctly.
Side effects commonly reported by patients using Zeptol (Carbamazepine) are dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, unsteadiness, vomiting. More serious side effects may include abdominal pain, abnormal heartbeat and rhythm, abnormal involuntary movements, abnormal sensitivity to sound, aching joints and muscles, agitation, anemia, blood clots, blurred vision, chills, confusion, congestive heart failure, constipation, depression, diarrhea, double vision, dry mouth and throat, fainting and collapse, fatigue, fever, fluid retention, frequent urination, hair loss, hallucinations, headache, hepatitis, hives, impotence, inability to urinate, inflammation of the mouth and tongue, inflamed eyes, involuntary movements of the eyeball, itching, kidney failure, labored breathing, leg cramps, liver disorders, loss of appetite, loss of coordination, low blood pressure, pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas), pneumonia, reddened skin, reddish or purplish spots on the skin, reduced urine volume, ringing in the ears, sensitivity to light, skin inflammation and scaling, skin peeling, skin rashes, skin pigmentation changes, speech difficulties, stomach problems, sweating, talkativeness, tingling sensation, worsening of high blood pressure, yellow eyes and skin.
You should not use Zeptol (Caramazepine) if you have a history of bone marrow depression (reduced function), a sensitivity to caramazepine, or a sensitivity to tricyclic antidepressant drugs such as amitriptyline. You should also not be taking this medication if you are on an MAO inhibitor antidepressant or if you have taken such a drug within the past 14 days. If you have a history of heart, liver, or kidney damage, an adverse blood reaction to any drug, glaucoma, or serious reactions to other drugs, you should discuss this history thoroughly with your physician before taking this medication. Do not stop using the medication abruptly if you are taking the medication to prevent major seizures. There exists the strong possibility of continuous epileptic attacks without return to consciousness, leading to possible severe brain damage and death. As dizziness and drowsiness may occur while taking this medication, you should refrain from operating machinery or driving an automobile or participating in any high-risk activity that requires full mental alertness until you know how this drug affects you.