Cariv 200 Mg Tablet
Cariv 200mg Tablet is an anti-epileptic drug that is used to treat epilepsy. It aids in the prevention of certain kinds of seizures (fits). It is also used to treat trigeminal neuralgia, a painful disorder of the face, head, and neck, as well as diabetes-related nerve pain (diabetic neuropathy).
Cariv 200mg Tablet may be taken with or without meals, but it must be taken at the same time each day. Your doctor will determine the appropriate dosage and frequency of administration for you in order to manage your symptoms. It may be progressively increased. Many other medications may interact with this medication, so inform your doctor about everything you're taking to be sure it's safe.
You may take this drug with or without meals, but you should take it at the same time every day to receive the most effect. Even if you feel OK, it is critical to continue taking this medication for as long as prescribed. Even missing a single dosage may cause a seizure, and stopping suddenly may worsen your condition.
Nausea, vomiting, feeling dizzy, fatigued, or drowsy, unsteadiness (balance issue), constipation, dry mouth, and itching are the most prevalent adverse effects of this medication. Some persons may have blurred vision and slurred speech. The majority of the adverse effects are minor. However, notify your doctor right immediately if you see a skin rash, if your mood becomes gloomy, or if you have any suicidal thoughts.
Tell your doctor if you have any heart issues, kidney or liver disease, difficulties urinating, or a mental disorder such as depression before using Cariv 200mg Tablet. These conditions may have an impact on your therapy. Before beginning therapy, you may be recommended to have certain blood tests (e.g., CBC) and then on a regular basis to assess your progress.
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Diabetic nerve pain
- Voluntary movement abnormality