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Carbamazepine



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Dosage Package Price per pill, $ Price, $ Buy
100mgX30 30 0.41 12.30
100mgX60 60 0.33 19.80
100mgX90 90 0.30 27.00
100mgX120 120 0.27 32.40
100mgX180 180 0.24 43.20
100mgX360 360 0.22 79.20
200mgX30 30 0.52 15.60
200mgX60 60 0.41 24.60
200mgX90 90 0.37 33.30
200mgX120 120 0.34 40.80
200mgX180 180 0.31 55.80
200mgX360 360 0.28 100.80
400mgX30 30 0.68 20.40
400mgX60 60 0.55 33.00
400mgX90 90 0.49 44.10
400mgX120 120 0.44 52.80
400mgX180 180 0.40 72.00
400mgX360 360 0.36 129.60

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Carbamazepine contains the active ingredient carbamazepine, which is a drug that is mainly prescribed to treat epilepsy. It works by stabilising electrical activity in the brain.
Carbamazepine is prescribed in the treatment of seizure disorders, including certain types of epilepsy. It is prescribed for trigeminal neuralgia (severe pain in the jaws) and pain in the tongue and throat.
Carbamazepine prevents epileptic fits by preventing the excessive electrical activity in the brain. It is thought to achieve this by preventing sodium from entering nerve cells when they begin to fire rapid and repetitive electrical signals. A build up of sodium in the nerve cells is necessary for the electrical signal to build up and be passed on to other nerve cells. As carbamazepine prevents this, it helps stabilise the electrical activity in the brain.
As Carbamazepine stabilises electrical nerve activity, it is prescribed to treat a condition called trigeminal neuralgia, in which the facial nerves spontaneously send messages of pain to the brain. Carbamazepine prevents the nerve signals being sent inappropriately and relieves the pain of this condition.
In addition, some doctors use Carbamazepine to treat alcohol withdrawal, cocaine addiction, and emotional disorders such as depression and abnormally aggressive behavior. Carbamazepine is prescribed to treat migraine headache and "restless legs."
Lastly, Carbamazepine is prescribed as a mood stabiliser for treating people with the psychiatric illness, bipolar affective disorder. It is licensed for preventing episodes of ill health in people with bipolar disorder who have not responded to the older mood stabiliser, lithium. It is particularly useful for people who experience multiple mood swings. Carbamazepine is prescribed off-license by specialists to control episodes of mania in this illness. It is not fully understood how carbamazepine works as a mood stabiliser, but is thought to be to do with the reduction of glutamate activity in the brain.
Preventing the build-up of the electrical signal prevents the release of a neurotransmitter called glutamate from the nerve cells in the brain. Neurotransmitters are chemicals that are stored in nerve cells and are involved in transmitting messages between the nerve cells. Glutamate is a neurotransmitter that acts as a natural 'nerve-exciting' agent. It is released when electrical signals build up in nerve cells and subsequently excites more nerve cells. It is thought to play a key role in causing epileptic seizures. Reducing the release of glutamate from the nerve cells in the brain is another way in which carbamazepine is thought to help stabilise the electrical activity in the brain and prevent epileptic fits.
The brain and nerves are made up of many nerve cells that communicate with each other through electrical signals. These signals must be carefully regulated for the brain and nerves to function properly. When abnormally rapid and repetitive electrical signals are released in the brain, the brain becomes over-stimulated and normal function is disturbed. This results in fits or seizures.

Carbamazepine is prescribed for the treatment of:
- Generalised tonic-clonic seizures;
- Mood stabiliser to prevent episodes of high and low mood in bipolar affective disorder;
- Partial seizures;
- Severe pain in the lips, gums, cheek, chin or eye caused by a disorder of the nerves in the face;
- Treatment of acute manic episodes in bipolar affective disorder;

Contraindications

Carbamazepine is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- Abnormal involuntary movements;
- Allergic skin reactions;
- Alteration in results of liver function tests;
- Blood disorders;
- Blurred vision;
- Disturbances of the gut such as diarrhoea, constipation, nausea, vomiting or abdominal pain;
- Dizziness;
- Double vision;
- Drowsiness;
- Dry mouth;
- False perceptions of things that are not really there;
- Headache;
- Liver or kidney disorders;
- Retention of water in the body tissues;
- Severe blistering skin reaction affecting the tissues of the eyes, mouth, throat and genitals;
- Shaky movements and unsteady walk;
- Weight gain;

Side effects especially at the start of treatment may include:
- Vomiting;
- Unsteadiness;
- Nausea;
- Drowsiness;
- Dizziness;

Other side effects may include:
- Swelling;
- Sensitivity to light;
- Rash;
- Hives;
- Bone marrow suppression;
- Blood pressure changes;
- Allergic reactions;

Dosage

ADULTS

Trigeminal Neuralgia

The usual dose is 100 mg (1 chewable or extended-release tablet) twice or one-half teaspoon 4 times on the first day.
Doses should not exceed 1,200 mg daily and are usually in the range of 400 to 800 mg a day for maintenance.
Your doctor may increase this dose using increments of 100 mg every 12 hours or one-half teaspoonful 4 times daily only as needed to achieve freedom from pain.

Seizures

The usual dose for adults and children over 12 years of age is 200 mg (1 tablet or 2 chewable or extended-release tablets) taken twice daily or 1 teaspoon 4 times a day.
Dosage should generally not exceed 1,000 mg daily in children 12 to 15 years old and 1,200 mg daily for adults and children over 15.
Your doctor may increase the dose at weekly intervals by adding 200-mg doses twice a day for Carbamazepine-XR or 3 or 4 times per day for the other forms.
The usual daily maintenance dosage range is 800 to 1,200 mg.

OLDER ADULTS

To help determine the ideal dosage, your doctor may decide to periodically check the level of Carbamazepine in your blood.

CHILDREN

Seizures

Your doctor may increase the dose at weekly intervals by adding 100 twice a day for Carbamazepine-XR, 3 or 4 times a day for the other forms.
The usual dose for children 6 to 12 years old is 100 twice daily or one-half teaspoon 4 times a day.
Total daily dosage should generally not exceed 1,000 .
The usual daily starting dose for children under 6 years of age is 10 to 20 per 2.2 pounds of body weight.
The usual daily dosage range for maintenance is 400 to 800 .
Daily dosage should not exceed 35 per 2.2 pounds.
The total daily dose is divided into smaller doses taken 2 or 3 times a day for tablets or 4 times a day for suspension.

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