Has anyone put on xcopri and seen reduction in seisures ?
Has anyone else had night terror-like seizures that come with deja vu when upgrading your dosage of xCopri? I've upgraded it twice, and on both nights I had horrible dreams that I swear I've had before, accompanied by waking in a state of deja vu that had me terrified until I could calm myself down. I only ask because I'm due for my last upgrade this week, and I'm fully expecting another night of deja vu terror. I think they could be some sort of seizure, and I dont have a clue why they only… read more
Has anyone reduced their medication and been put on Cenobamate instead?
My neurologist is thinking of putting me on Xcopri. Has anyone tried this medication? If so, did it help you and what type of side effects did you have?
I just started this medicine and have been on it for only a month along with the other combinations of seizure medicatons i already take and i feel like all it does is make me want to sleep. Does anyone else have this problem or have suggestions?
My Nero wants me to go on xcopri while decreasing my onifi has anyone taken or is anyone on this drug and had any experiences with it and what kind of side effects if any you had on it.its a fairly new drug A.K.A. cenobamate any input is helpful. Thank you.
A relatively drug has been suggested to me to swap out and replace topomax I was wondering if anyone is or was taking xcopri, ( generic band name, cenobamate) and what has it been like the side effects and dose of work well with your sezuires. Mine are partial complex seizures. I haven't found out much about the brand name as I have to do more research but with the generic name it says it shouldn't be taken if you have a history of depression and I do and still have depression. Also a drug… read more
Probably about to switch to this medication was just curious about side effects and how if it works well for some of you guys. Thanks in advance👍🏼
My daily (no less than 10 times a day) seizures are caused by startles. Research says startle epilepsy is very rare for adults. I'm 29. Any unexpected touch, sound, smell, view, or taste does the trick. Examples: honking horn, my husband kissing me unexpectedly, smelling something strong or stinky, tasting things I don't like, seeing a surprise. Those are just examples. There's 100s more. I blink hard and immediately can't talk or walk. That's the minimum. It can go all the way to jerking… read more