LEVITRACEATAM 100 MG EACH ML SYP
Introduction of LEVITRACEATAM (LEVITRAP SYRUP)
LEVITRAP SYP is an anti-epileptic drug used to treat epilepsy seizures (fits). It can be used on its own or in combination with other medications. It works to prevent seizures as long as you keep taking it. This syrup should only be used under the direction of a medical practitioner. It’s typically used to manage seizures for a brief period of time when oral medication isn’t an option (eg. when the patient is unconscious).
Uses of LEVITRACEATAM (LEVITRAP SYRUP)
Levetiracetam is a type of antiepileptic drug. It operates by adhering to certain locations (SV2A) on nerve cell surfaces. This stops the spread of electrical signals that cause seizures by suppressing aberrant nerve cell activity in the brain. Even if you feel OK, you should continue to take it for as long as your doctor has instructed. Seizures may worsen if you stop taking them or skip doses. After your treatment with this syrup is over, your doctor is likely to prescribe you oral medications for long-term seizure control.
Side Effects of LEVITRACEATAM (LEVITRAP SYRUP)
The majority of side effects are minor and will go away as your body adjusts to the medication. If they don’t go away or you’re concerned, see your doctor.
- Decreased appetite
- Behavioral changes
- Aggressive behavior