Lamotrigine is an anticonvulsant used to treat epileptic seizures and bipolar disorder.
Too much lamotrigine in the beginning of your treatment may increase risk of life-threatening skin rash. Do not stop using suddenly. Inform all medical personnel of lamotrigine use.
Inform doctor if you have experienced: rash/allergic reactions to seizure meds, kidney/liver disease, depression, suicidal ideation, meningitis. Avoid driving/hazardous activities until you know how this drug affects your alertness.
Find emergency help and tell your doctor if you encounter a serious side effect, including: allergic reaction, changes in mood/behavior, serious skin rash, fever, swollen glands, muscle pain, sores in mouth or eyes, headache, neck stiffness, vomiting and nausea, jaundice, pale skin, easy bruising, unusual bleeding, cold hands/feet. Other common side effects include: headache, dizziness, vision issues, tremors, nausea and vomiting, cold-like symptoms, fatigue, back pain, insomnia.