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Oxcarb 300 mg contains the active ingredient, which belongs to the group of medicines known as anticonvulsants, prescribed to epilepsy. It effectively controls seizures (fits) in individuals who suffer from epilepsy. Your doctor may either prescribe it as a monotherapy or in combination with other drugs to treat seizures. Oxcarbazepine treats seizures by slowing the abnormal brain nerve impulses. Read the prescription provided by your doctor before you start using Oxcarb 300 mg. Discuss with your doctor if you any doubt about the usage of the medicine. During pregnancy, use this medicine only when kit is clearly needed. There are possibilities that this anti-seizure drug may harm your unborn baby.
It is important to take certain safety measures while taking Oxcarb 300 mg. You should avoid driving or tasks that requires your full attention as dizziness can result. Do not consume alcohol during the treatment. The drug should not be used by pregnant women or breast feeding as it can harm the unborn baby. Oxcarbazepine tablet can cause drug interaction, vitamins or herbal supplements you may be taking. To avoid interactions, it is important to tell your doctor if you are using any other medicines. This way your doctor will be able to manage all your medications carefully. To find out how Oxcarb may interact with other medicines, speak to your doctor. Examples of drugs that can cause interaction are oral birth control pills, Parkinson’s drugs, and other seizure medications.
Oxcarb 300 mg can lead to certain side effects which include confusion, sleeping problems, dizzy spells, and coordination problems. Other side effects of Oxcarbazepine are diarrhoea, pain in the stomach, and vomiting. Opt for immediate medical help if you witness rare but severe reactions such as severe chest pain, double vision, appearance of blood in stool, tremor min hands and feet, and allergic reaction. In case of other drug reaction, seek immediate medical attention as well.
Oxcarb 300 mg tablet is meant for oral consumption and can be taken before or after consuming meals. In order to gain control over your epileptic condition, take the medicine on regular intervals. Sudden discontinuation may lead to an onset of seizures. Thus, the anti-seizure drug should be gradually stopped only if instructed by your doctor. Your dose and how often you take Oxcarb 300 mg may depend on various factors including your age, the condition being treated, how severe your condition is, and other medical conditions you have. Your doctor may increase your dose depending on how you react to the first dose. The dosage for children depends on the weight of the children aged six years or above. The anti-epileptic drug may not be suitable for everybody. Before using it, tell your doctor if you have heart problems, difficulty urinating, and depression.