What are the side effects of Depakote taken for a long period?
About 12 years ago, I was given Depakote as a treatment for bipolar disorder. The doctor told me this was not intended to be long-term treatment, but to help me through the current crisis. I noticed no significant side-effects at the time, and completed the treatment several months later (it was...
Depakote for treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder
I was recently placed on Depakote for treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (which i now know was the wrong medicine for the disorder). I gained weight and told the doctor to take me off of it. Instead, he upped the dose to 2000mg per day. I began having symptoms of vomiting, shakiness,...
Could taking Seroquel, Ativan and depakote lead to tiredness in a child?
My daughter has been on Seroquel,200mg.,Ativan 1mg., depokote750mg. for quite awhile; except Ativan which she just started. She was in a psych clinic for 4 days getting her medicine straight, and when she was released she is so tired that she cant stay awake or eat. She also lost 4 or 5 days that...
I take depakote is it ok it i take the male ehancement xaongen its a herp
hello Charles, the drug depakote is Valproate , whcih is required to control epilepsy and the male enhancement drug xanogen is a herb, which can be taken together if its advised by your consulting doctor !!!
Dr Hari Om Chandrakar
As long as you take just a tablet or two at a time, there shouldnt be any problems in pregnancy. But dont use it long term for several days at a time. In the 1st trimester, try not to use many medications other than that prescribed by your doctor, unless absolutely necessary.
Hi, The most common side effect of the pill is breakthrough bleeding or spotting, which is when a woman bleeds in the weeks she's taking active pills.
Other common side effects include:nausea,headaches,breast soreness,acne,decreased libido,depression,moodiness,weight gain
Hope this helps you. Please do write back if you have any additional concerns.
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