using antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) / anticonvulsants (ACs) as treatments for epilepsy, migraines, bipolar disorder, neuropathic pain, and more
Pages about Antiepileptic Drugs (AEDs) / Anticonvulsants (ACs):
- Lists of Antiepileptic Drugs. AEDs grouped by uses, along with an alphabetical list of all AEDs we know about.
- Classifications of Antiepileptic Drugs. How AEDs are classified and categorized.
- Common uses of Antiepileptic Drugs. An overview of what AEDs/ACs are used for.
- Tips on Taking or Discontinuing Antiepileptic Drugs. Tips on, and things to know about before taking or stopping AEDs/ACs.
- Common Side Effects of Antiepileptic Drugs. No matter which one you take, this will probably happen.
- Bibliography. Books, journals, websites, etc. used for these pages.
- Treatment Options for Epilepsy, Migraines, and Other Neurological Problems Forum. If you still have any questions about using AEDs to treat various conditions.
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Antiepileptic Drugs - Migraine & Epilepsy Treatment Options by Jerod Poore is copyright © 2010 Jerod Poore
|Last modified on Thursday, 04 June, 2015 at 16:57:02 by JerodPoore||Page Author: Jerod Poore||Date created: 22 November 2010|
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