Mysoline

 
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Anticonvulsant

Mysoline is prescribed for the treatment of epilepsy.

Mysoline is prescribed in the control of:
- Psychomotor;
- Other anticonvulsant therapy;
- Grand mal;
- Focal epileptic seizures;

Without a Prescription

Mysoline is prescribed to treat epileptic and other seizures.

Dosage

CHILDREN AGE < 8

1-3 Days: 50mg at bedtime

4-6 Days: 50mg 2 times a day

7-9 Days: 100mg 2 times a day

10 Day to maintenance: 125mg 3 times a day to 250mg 3 times day

The usual maintenance dosage is 125mg-250mg 3 times daily or 10mg to 25mg per 2.2 pounds of body weight per day, divided into smaller doses.

ADULT AND CHILDREN > 8

1-3 Days: 100mg to 125mg at bedtime

4-6 Days: 100mg to 125mg 2 times a day

7-9 Days: 100mg to 125mg 3 times a day

Day 10 to maintenance: 250mg 3 times a day

You should not take more than 500mg 4 times a day (2000mg or 2gr).

Overdose

Symptoms of overdose may include:

Side Effects

Side effects may include:
- Lack of muscle coordination;
- Vertigo;
- Severe dizziness;

Brand Names

Other synonyms:
- Sertan;
- Resimatil;
- Pyrimidone Medi-Pets;
- Pyrimidone "Medi-Pets";
- Prysoline;
- Primoline;
- Primidone Methanol Solution;
- Primidon;
- Primakton;
- Primacone;
- Primaclone;
- Primacione;
- Prilepsin;
- Pms Primidone;
- Neurosyn;
- Mysoline;
- Mysedon;
- Mylepsinum;
- Mylepsin;
- Myidone;
- Mizolin;
- Mizodin;
- Misolyne;
- Misodine;
- Milepsin;
- Midone;
- Medi-Pets;
- Majsolin;
- Liskantin;
- Lepsiral;
- Lepimidin;
- Hexamidine;
- Hexadiona;
- Desoxyphenobarbitone;
- Cyral;
- Mysoline;

Contraindications

Mysoline is contraindicated in patients:
- Who are hypersensitive to phenobarbital;
- With porphyria;

Mysoline is contraindicated if you have porphyria (an inherited metabolic disorder) or if you are allergic to phenobarbital.
Without Prescription (2017)