Lamictal 25 mg Tablets

Lamictal® (lamotrigine) is a prescription drug approved for treating seizures in people with epilepsy. It is also used as a mood stabilizer to treat bipolar disorder. The medication comes in tablet form and is available in various strengths, including:
  • 25 mg tablets
  • 100 mg tablets
  • 150 mg tablets
  • 200 mg tablets.
Lamictal dosing is complicated. The recommended dose will change, depending on other medications you are taking or other medical conditions you have. You must also start treatment with a low dose (such as with 25 mg Lamictal tablets) and have it increased slowly for up to seven weeks. Make sure your healthcare provider knows about every medication you are taking (especially other seizure or bipolar disorder medications), as well as other medical conditions you have (especially kidney or liver problems).
(Click Lamictal Dosage for more detailed dosing information, to find out what problems may occur if you increase your dose too quickly, and for general tips on using this medication.)
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