More than 2 million Americans have bipolar disorder.
More than 5 million people in US are taking Lamotrigine (brand name LAMICTAL© from GlaxoSmithKline)for its antiseizure property. Lamotrigine (brand name LAMICTAL© from GlaxoSmithKline) is an antiseizure medicine as well as mood stabilizer prescribed in the treatment of Bipolar disorder.
my boyfriend takes an ENORMOUS amount of oral stimulation to achieve an erection once he gets there he is great. he has epilepsy and takes lamectal. He is 30 is there any coralation here?
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By oral sex I understand that you mean oral – genital sex. In this context it is one person sucking or stimulating penis of another person with mouth. When penis is sexually stimulated by the use of mouth by another person the act is called fellatio. The medical term is ‘fellatio’ and in slang it is called as ‘blow job’ or ‘oral sex’.
The method is to look for correlation of
sex, specifically oral-genital sex (fellatio) with reference to
* lamectal ©- [Lamotigrine] as well as
Lamictal© contains Lamotigrine.
SSRI group of medicines given for treatment of depression can delay ejaculation.
Lamotigrine is not known to delay either erection or ejaculation.
Epilepsy by itself is also not related to the” _ _ _ ENORMOUS amount of oral stimulation to achieve an erection _ _ _”
Sexual arousal by itself is not linked to predisposition of seizure.
Thus there is no evidence showing that seizure is triggered by sex, especially oral sex, which is known to heighten sexual arousal.
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you can directly ask GlaxoSmithKline Company.
The full prescription information about Lamictal is attached with this email as pdf file.
Over all it is known that whatever pleasurable sexual activity when done with mutual consent is wonderful health tonic. It gives joy par excellence and then it is followed by relaxation.
We are enumerating side effects of Lamotrigine, which is available with the brand name LAMICTAL© from GlaxoSmithKline.
Common side effects with LAMICTAL© [Lamotrigine] include dizziness, headache, blurred or double vision, lack of coordination, sleepiness, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, tremor, and rash. Lamotrigine may cause other side effects not listed here. If you develop any side effects or symptoms you are concerned about or need more information, call your doctor.
Although most patients who develop rash while receiving Lamotrigine have mild to moderate symptoms, some individuals may develop a serious skin reaction that requires hospitalization. It is not possible to predict whether a mild rash will develop into a more serious reaction. Rarely, deaths have been reported. These serious skin reactions are most likely to happen within the first 8 weeks of treatment with Lamotrigine. Serious skin reactions occur more often in children than in adults.
Rashes may be more likely to occur if you: (1) take Lamotrigine in combination with valproate [brand names are Depakene®* (valproic acid) or Depakote®* (divalproex sodium)], (2) take a higher starting dose of Lamotrigine than your doctor prescribed, or (3) increase your dose of Lamotrigine faster than prescribed.
If you experience any of the following with or without a skin rash, tell your doctor immediately: hives, fever, swollen lymph glands, and painful sores in the mouth or around the eyes, or swelling of lips or tongue. These symptoms may be the first signs of a serious reaction. A doctor should evaluate your condition and decide if you should continue taking Lamotrigine.
Serious blood problems or liver problems have been reported with Lamotrigine, so tell your doctor if you develop symptoms such as unusual bruising or bleeding, severe muscle pain, weakness, fatigue, yellowing of the eyes or skin, and/or frequent infections.
You should not take Lamotrigine [Lamictal©] if you had an allergic reaction to it in the past.
There is no evidence correlating the effect of Lamotrigine on sexual functions.
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