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Old 12-03-2005, 06:00 AM
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Default Trileptal for seizures

I have been on Trileptal for about 2 years now but I have just recently started to get a skin reaction that had not been there in the beginning when I started taking trileptal. My cheeks and chin have become very dry this winter to the point of peeling if I use very warm to hot water while taking a shower or washing my face. I also I have had to use extra for for my skin on my body and arms and legs or they will become very dry also. It also seems as though my hair in the very front along my hair line along forhead. Would this have anything to do with the trileptal I am currently taking at this time.
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