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Buy Mysoline or Generic Primidone Online

Therapeutic Class: Anticonvulsant

Active Ingredients: This medicine includes Primidone

Related Medications: Acetaminophen, Butabarbital, Methohexital

Health condition: Epilepsy, Nervous system disorders

Mysoline or Generic Primidone Uses, Dosage & Side Effects

Mysoline is the trade name for medicine, Primidone. Mysoline belongs to the class of barbiturate anticonvulsants used in the treatment of epilepsy, grand mal, psychomotor, as well as focal epileptic seizures.

How does it work?

Mysoline is composed of an active constituent named, Primidone which turns into phenobarbital and phenylethylmalonamide (PEMA) during its metabolism. The medication works by reducing irregular electrical activity in the brain.

Directions for use:

Mysoline must be taken two or four times a day. Follow all the suggestions of your healthcare provider, do not modify its dose and do not stop treatment without his or her consent. Do not go beyond the advised dose.

In case of missed dose:

If you forget to take your daily medication dose, just take it the moment you remember and then consume the subsequent dose at a proper time, but do not consume a double dose if you have totally missed taking one dose. Do not increase your suggested dose. Take your general dose as suggested the very next day at the same regular time.

What are the possible side effects of this drug?

Adverse effects of Mysoline include allergic reactions like rash, irritation, facial inflammation, breathing difficulty, dizziness. Mysoline may also result in ill-effects such as stomach upset, awkwardness, loss of appetite, or weakness. If the side effects stated above become worse or troublesome, call your doctor without delay. Other side effects may involve double vision, sore throat, skin, seizures, fever, as well as a rash.

What are the drug interactions of Mysoline?

Mysoline is found to interact with the following medications:

• other seizure drugs

• griseofulvin

• certain antihistamines (diphenhydramine)

• heart medicines such as digoxin

• medication for depression

• immunosuppressive drugs such as cyclosporine

• opioid pain medicines (codeine)

• steroids

• anticoagulants such as warfarin

• muscle relaxants

Thus, these drugs must not be used in combination with Mysoline if you want to avoid serious interaction.

Precautionary measures:

• Avoid the intake of alcohol and other depressants of the central nervous system while making use of Mysoline as chances of dizziness and drowsiness may increase.

• Mysoline is not prescribed to patients who are allergic to Primidone.

• Patients with liver or kidney disorders must avoid the use of this drug.

• This drug is not for patients suffering from lung disease.

• This drug may increase the risk of suicidal thoughts. Let your physician know if you experience mood or behavioral changes, anxiety, or depression, or if you feel hyperactive (mentally or physically), nervous, hostile, impatient.

• Pregnant and breast-feeding mothers should avoid the intake of this drug.

• Do not unexpectedly stop the treatment with this medication without proper consent of your doctor as it may result in status epilepticus.

• Mysoline must not be used in the patients with porphyria, or hypersensitivity to primidone or phenobarbital (Luminal, Solfoton).

  1. GENERIC

    Drug Name

    Prescription Required

    Salt Name

    Action

  2. GENERIC EQUIVALENT TO MYSOLINE 250mg

    Yes

    Primidone


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