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Old 08-21-2003, 05:00 AM
Tania
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I am on zonegran for 3 weeks 100mg and valium 5mg.<br>I didn't have any side effects, I was feeling very well.<br>i don't have seizure for about 28 years. Four days<br>ago I started 200mg zonegran. i am different. I feel <br>something in my head.It seems to me that my head is empty. <br>I dont know explain. No concentration.<br>I feel normal with 100mg.But the doctor said if I stay<br>with 100mg, I will have a seizure. My last EEG was 14<br>years ago when I arrived in Usa, but the doctor don't want<br>take another. This is normal? or I need change of the doctor?
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