Medication for Epilepsy
The commonly prescribed medicines for this disorder include carbamazepine , valproate , lamotrigine , oxcarbazepine, and phenytoin. These are prescribed initially because they are of a minor dose and general to all forms of epilepsy. After the proper form of the disorder is diagnosed and established, it is essential to prescribe a more specific kind of medication and treatment. More common drugs include Clonazepam, Phenobarbital and Primidone. New medicines are always being created for the purpose of curing epilepsy. Some new drugs include tiagabine, topiramate, levetiracetam, gabapentin and felbamate.