You can go to check interactions at drugs.com. Put in the meds and it tells you if there are interactions and if so, how serious they are.
I take them both ( as well as Keppra & Clobazam) I was told by the neuro that I needed to have the toxicity levels of both checked in case of any reactions. My Lamotrigine levelss are fine but I've only been taking sodium valproate for a few months You have to fight to get bloods done in Wales I went to the GP who said the results would go back to the neuro as he asked for them ! Usually the GP gets a copy of every thing. Hopefully they will be useful for your daughter & that any side effects are kept to a minimum Good luck
Hello fellow Mennonite (assumption on my part based on last name. I am a Penner) I will be starting Lamotrigine next week and am a bit nervous about it. I appreciated hearing that it worked well for you.
I take lamotrigine and I have been taking that for many years now. I find it to be extremely helpful and it is very good with controlling any seizure activity. On that alone I was seizure free for 5 years. I wish you guys the best of luck and hope this helps.
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