Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg are used in the treatment and prevention of epilepsy (a brain disorder), also known as seizures or fits. These tablets are also prescribed to treat mental or mood conditions and prevent migraines. Offered in the market with the brand name ERIPROX ER 750, these tablets are available at the Best Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets Manufacturer, Eridanus Healthcare.
Divalproex Sodium ER 750 mg Tablets are prescribed for the following uses:
These tablets contain Divalproex which works by reducing the excessive and aberrant nerve activities in the brain which helps in controlling seizures. It increases the amount of a chemical substance called GABA (Gamma-aminobutyric acid) that helps in blocking nerve communication across the brain and delivers a relaxing effect which resultantly helps in treating Bipolar Disorder.
Used for the potent treatment of Epilepsy, Migraines, and Bipolar Disorder; Divalproex Sodium ER 750 mg Tablets need to be used in a prompt and precise manner under the supervision of a healthcare expert. If not, the strong nature of Divalproex can result in unwanted negative effects. Following are some of the expertly advised instructions that you must follow to ensure the best results from the medication:
Although Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg are considered highly safe for the user, these may result in certain mild side effects that are known to be temporary. Most of the side effects that occur with the usage of these tablets do not need immediate medical advice and fade out once the treatment is finished. Not everyone taking these tablets is supposed to experience these adverse effects. The side effects of these tablets include the following:
If you think these side effects are becoming trouble for you, consult your doctor immediately for further advice.
1. Can I stop taking Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg at my own?
No, it is strictly not advised to stop using Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg on your own without consulting your doctor as it contains the potential of worsening your seizures.
2. Can Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg be given to children less than 2 years?
Children under the age of two should be given Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg with caution and only if it is advised by the doctor or pediatrician since there is a higher risk of liver poisoning during the first six months of treatment.
3. Are Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg safe for pregnant women?
It is not advised for pregnant women to take Divalproex Sodium ER Tablets IP 750 mg as it may result in serious side effects.
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