If you have epilepsy, it is important to know when you need to call a doctor.
In general, you should call your doctor if any new symptoms occur. Although max victims evident only benign side issues that tend to fly away over time. You should also see your doctor if you have side effects from your medication that might include,
– Any abnormal body movements, or problems with coordination
– A breakthrough in the figure of seizures, or ongoing seizure episodes.
– Loss of seizure control
– Allergic reactions, including difficulty breathing. Also responses like stinging, hives, and lumping of your face or throat.
– Eye troubles. Including blurred or double vision. Moreover, blemishes before your eyes, or incontinent back-and-forth and/or rolling eye acts.
– Excessive drowsiness leading to unconsciousness.
– Restlessness, excitement, or confused state.
– Nausea or vomiting.
– Hair loss.
– Blood in the urine or stool, dark-colored urine, or painful or difficult urination.
– Joint, muscle, or bone pain.
– Pain and/or swelling or a bluish color in your leg or foot.
– Red, blue, or purple spots on your skin.
– Sores, ulcers, or white spots on your lips.
– Easy bruising.
– Swollen or painful glands.
– Extreme weakness or fatigue.
– Bleeding, tender, or enlarged gums.
– Fast or irregular heartbeat.
– Burning, tingling, pain, or itch sensation, especially in the groin.
– Slurred speech or stuttering.
– Delusions or hallucinations.
– Behavioural, mood, or mental changes such as depression. Also, agitation or loss of appetite is also noticed.