Medicine Overview of Repagab Tablet
Side Effects of Repagab are Sleepiness, Dizziness, Uncoordinated body movement, Fatigue.
Take this medicine in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Swallow it as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Repagab 50 mg Tablet may be taken with or without food, but it is better to take it at a fixed time.
Repagab 50 mg Tablet is an antiepileptic medication. It decreases pain and seizures by modulating calcium channel activity of the nerve cells.
In Depth Information on Repagab Tablet
You have been prescribed Repagab 50 mg Tablet for treating and preventing nerve pain caused by diabetes and shingles.
It may also be used for the treatment and prevention of seizures.
Its side effects are usually mild and go away by themselves.
It may cause sleepiness. Don't drive or do anything requiring concentration until you know how it affects you.
- Avoid consuming alcohol when taking Repagab 50 mg Tablet, as it may cause excessive sleepiness or drowsiness.
Inform your doctor if you develop any unusual changes in mood or behavior, new or worsening depression, or suicidal thoughts or behavior.
Do not stop taking the medication suddenly without talking to your doctor as it may increase the seizure frequency.
Repagab Tablet related warnings
Repagab 50 mg Tablet may cause excessive drowsiness and calmness with alcohol.
WEIGH RISKS VS BENEFITS
Repagab 50 mg Tablet may be unsafe to use during pregnancy.
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
Repagab 50 mg Tablet is probably unsafe to use during lactation.
Limited human data suggest that the drug could represent a significant risk to the baby.
Repagab 50 mg Tablet may make you feel dizzy, sleepy, tired, or decrease alertness. If this happens, do not drive.
Repagab 50 mg Tablet should be used with caution in patients with kidney disease. Dose adjustment of Repagab 50 mg Tablet may be needed. Please consult your doctor.
Repagab 50 mg Tablet is probably safe to use in patients with liver disease. Limited data available suggests that dose adjustment of Repagab 50 mg Tablet may not be needed in these patients. Please consult your doctor.
If you miss a dose of Repagab 50 mg Tablet, take it as soon as possible. However, if it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular schedule. Do not double the dose.
Questions Related to Repagab
Fits, Seizures Earlier used to get temporal lobe but recently got grand mal
Dr. Deepak Kumar Soni
https://www.1mg.com/otc/jiva-brahmi-tablet-otc329971One ?one tablet morning & evening after taking food .use this tablet along with your treatment
I have seizure disorder can i take medicine for lifetime plz tell me sir
Dr. Jyoti Kapoor Madan
Usually, if their is no organic cause of seizure in brain, treatment is continued for 3 years of seizure free period and then gradually tapered off. If seizures re occur, then treatment may continue for life.
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Dr. Khoobsurat Najma
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It is used to treat All forms of epilepsy, generalised epilepsy with absence seizures, prophylaxis of febrile convulsion, prophylaxis of post traumatic epilepsy, alcohol withdrawal, mania, nelsons syndrome.
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Dr. Jyoti Kapoor Madan
Epilepsy requires regular treatment with anticonvulsants like encorate chrono for at least 3 years of seizure free period after which medicines may be tapered off unless seizures reappear. At present, there are no other effective treatment options.
i had epilepsy attack first time durinv 2004 After that i had medications first from patiala dn from pgi i got noo attack after pgi medicines but now when now i dec my med i used to hv prob during noght time alwaz i alwaz hv stroke while sl?ping plz help me in this regard my first med was tegritol dn in pgi it was chrono-ZW5jb3JhdGUgY2hyb25v">encorate chrono nw i went to mohali they changed my med to levera this s causing me prob vn i used to full dose of 500 mg dn no prob as i dec the med it is caused prob
Dr. Jyoti Kapoor Madan
Epilepsy medicines may need to be continued for longer duration if seizures recur. Medicines weather it is divalproex sodium or leviteracetam need to be taken in adequate doses for seizure control. Donot reduce medicine without doctor's advice and continue follow up with your doctor. If encourage chrono suits you better and there are no liver related side effects, it is also a good choice.
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Dr. Jyoti Kapoor Madan
Epilepsy is a central nervous system disorder (neurological disorder) in which nerve cell activity in the brain becomes disrupted, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations and sometimes loss of consciousness. Medicines for epilepsy are initially recommended for at least 3 years of seizure free interval but may continue longer depending on recurrence. Epileptic patient needs to carry a warning card or a medical emergency bracelet with identification details, his/ her epilepsy status and what people can do if fit occurs in public place. Life style modifications- 1. Take your medication correctly. Don't adjust your dosage before talking to your doctor. If you feel your medication should be changed, discuss it with your doctor. 2. Get enough sleep. Lack of sleep can trigger seizures. Be sure to get adequate rest every night. 3. Exercise. Exercising may help keep you physically healthy and reduce depression. Make sure to drink enough water and rest if you get tired during exercise.
I get severe dysmenorrhoea every month. My menstruation lasts for 2 days and the cycle is of 40days. I faint anywhere on the 1st day and may even present with stiffness and myoclonic seizures. Otherwise I am fine. I am unmarried and a virgin.
Dr. Megha Tuli
You can take Meftal spas tablets for the dysmennorhoea. However you would need to get a proper evaluation by a physician before you start any treatment dear as medicines might interact with your seizure medicianes
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Frequently asked questions about Repagab Tablet
Q. Is Repagab a metabolite of gabapentin?
No. Repagab a not a metabolite of gabapentin. There is a structural similarity between the two drugs and they are GABA analogue.
Q. Can Repagab cause sedation?
Yes, use of Repagab can cause sedation or sleepiness.
Q. Is Repagab a beta blocker?
No. Repagab is not a beta blocker. Repagab is a medicine which is used for conditions like neuropathic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, and fibromyalgia.
Q. Is Repagab a mood stabiliser?
No. Repagab is not a mood stabiliser. Repagab is a medicine which is used for conditions like neuropathic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, and fibromyalgia.
Q. Is Repagab a muscle relaxant?
No. Repagab is not a muscle relaxant. Repagab is a medicine which is used for conditions like neuropathic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, and fibromyalgia.
Q. Is Repagab a benzodiazepine?
No. Repagab is not a benzodiazepine. Repagab is a medicine which is used for conditions like neuropathic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, and fibromyalgia.
Q. Is Repagab a painkiller?
No. Repagab is not a pain killer. Repagab is used in the treatment of neuropathic pain, epilepsy and anxiety disorder.
No. Repagab is not a steriod. Repagab is a medicine which is used for conditions like neuropathic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, and fibromyalgia.
Q. Is Repagab a narcotic?
No. Repagab is not a narcotic drug. Narcotics are drugs with sleep inducing properties, usual derivatives of Opium like Heroin and Morphine. Repagab is a medicine which is used for conditions like neuropathic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, and fibromyalgia.
Q. Is it safe to take Repagab with duloxetine?
If Repagab and duloxetine taken together, there is an increased risk of side effects like dizziness, drowsiness, confusion, and difficulty in concentrating and motor co-ordination. Consult with your doctor if you have already taken one of the medications.
Q. What is the interaction of Repagab with anticoagulants?
There is no known interaction between the two drugs but consult your doctor and inform if you are taking any of the medication.
Repagab is a prescription drug and is safe to use if taken in the dose, frequency, and duration as per the doctor's advice.
Q. Are Repagab and gabapentin the same?
Repagab and gabapentin are two different medicines. However, they work in a similar way and both are used for conditions like neuropathic pain and epilepsy. Repagab is also used for treating anxiety. Please consult your doctor before using any of the medicine.
Q. Is Repagab a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)?
No, Repagab is not a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). IIt is a medicine which decreases pain and seizures or fits by binding to specific calcium channels and increasing the action of GABA, a chemical messenger in the nerve cells and is used for conditions like neuropathic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, and fibromyalgia.
Q. Can I take Repagab with methadone?
Methadone is opioid in nature and It may reduce the lower gastrointestinal tract function (e.g., intestinal obstruction, paralytic ileus, constipation) especially when given with Repagab. So, when Repagab and opioids are used together, measures to prevent constipation may be considered (especially in female patients and elderly).
Q. Is Repagab a controlled substance?
No, Repagab is not a controlled substance. However, it is a prescription drug which should only be taken as per the doctor's advice.
Q. How long can I take Repagab for?
Repagab is a prescription drug and it should only be taken for the duration as advised by the doctor.
Q. Can I take Repagab with gabapentin?
Repagab and gabapentin both act via similar mechanism and are used for treating similar conditions. They may also enhance each other's depressant action, so, taking both together is not recommended as you may feel more sleepy and need to take more precautions while driving or using machines. Please consult your doctor before taking both the medicines together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with sertraline?
Repagab may increase the depressant action of sertraline. Taking them together can make you feel more sleepy, so, you should be careful while driving or if you are working with a machine. Consult your doctor before taking these drugs together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with naproxen?
Repagab and naproxen are not known to have any clinically relevant interaction. However, interactions may occur. Please consult your doctor before taking both them together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with tramadol?
The central nervous system depressant effect of tramadol may increase when it is taken with Repagab and you can feel more sleepy, so, you should be careful while driving or if you are working with a machine. Consult your doctor before taking both the medications together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with alprazolam?
Repagab can be taken with alprazolam as no interactions have been clinically observed. However, as both the medicines have the tendency to cause sleepiness, so caution may be needed in case both the medicines are used together as it may affect your ability to drive or work on a machine. Please consult your doctor before taking them together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with amitriptyline?
Repagab is known to increase the depressant action of amitriptyline. Taking the two medicines together can make you feel more sleepy, so, you should be careful while driving or if you are working with a machine. Consult your doctor before taking the medications together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with ibuprofen?
Repagab is not known to have any interaction with ibuprofen and they can be taken together. However, consult your doctor before taking these medications together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with diazepam?
Repagab may enhance the depressant effects of diazepam when used together. Taking them together can make you feel more sleepy, so, you should be careful while driving or if you are working with a machine. Consult your doctor before taking these medicines together.
Q. Can I take Repagab with paracetamol?
Repagab is not known to have any clinically meaningful interaction with paracetamol. They can be safely taken together. However, consult your doctor before taking these drugs together as interactions may occur.
Q. Does Repagab cause swelling?
Repagab is known to produce edema (swelling) by fluid (water) retention. Kindly consult your doctor if you develop swelling while taking Repagab.
Q. Does Repagab cause drowsiness (somnolence)?
One of the common side effects of Repagab use is drowsiness (somnolence). Consult your doctor if you experience any such symptom while taking Repagab especially if you are taking any other medicine which can make you sleepy.
Q. Does Repagab cause weight gain?
Weight gain can occur as a common side effect with Repagab use. It can be a result of increased appetite (feeling hungry) and fluid (water) retention. Consult your doctor if there is any change in your weight during therapy.
Q. Does Repagab cause hair loss?
Clinical studies have shown that Repagab can cause hair loss (alopecia) in some patients. It has also been associated with hirsutism (excessive hair growth). Consult your doctor if you notice any difference in your hair growth while taking Repagab.
Q. Does Repagab make you tired?
Repagab is known to cause tiredness (fatigue). Consult your doctor if you experience excessive tiredness while taking Repagab.
Q. Does Repagab cause water retention?
Repagab has been associated with fluid (water) retention and edema (swelling). Consult your doctor if you notice swelling of your body while taking Repagab therapy.
Q. Does Repagab make you hungry?
Repagab is known to increase appetite (make you feel hungry). Consult your doctor if there is a significant change in your appetite while taking Repagab.
Q. Does Repagab cause diarrhea?
Repagab use can cause diarrhea as a side effect. Consult your doctor if you have diarrhea while taking Repagab.
Q. Does Repagab help with sleep?
Repagab is not indicated for the treatment of any sleep problems. Rather, Repagab can cause somnolence (increased desire to sleep). Consult your doctor for the treatment of any sleep related problems.
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