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Frequently Ask Questions:
Q. Is lacosamide safe in pregnancy?Lacosamide should only be used during pregnancy if the potential benefits justify the potential risk to the baby. Please follow your doctor's advice regarding its use.
Q. Is it safe to use lacosamide during breastfeeding?Lacosamide should be given only if the potential benefit justifies the potential risk to the infant. Please follow your doctor's advice regarding its use.
Q. Is lacosamide a controlled substance, or narcotic?Lacosamide is not a controlled substance or narcotic. It is the drug used in treatment of epilepsy or convulsions.
Q. Where is lacosamide absorbed?Lacosamide is absorbed from stomach and intestine when taken orally.
Q. What class is lacosamide? What is it used for?Lacosamide belongs to the class of medication called anticonvulsants. Lacosamide is used as monotherapy or in combination with other antiepileptic medications to treat partial-onset seizure (fits due to involvement of only one side of brain).
Q. How does lacosamide work?Lacosamide is an anticonvulsant drug. It stabilizes the hyper-excited nerve fibers, thereby slowing abnormal nerve impulses in brain.
Q. How effective is lacosamide?Lacosamide is effective in treatment of partial-onset seizure (fits due to involvement of only one side of brain). But effect may vary depending on the individuals taking the medicine. Please follow the doctor’s advice regarding the use of this medicine.