Were you looking for information about Lamictal? Lamictil is a common misspelling of Lamictal.
Lamictal® is a prescription drug that is licensed to treat epilepsy and bipolar disorder. Sometimes, a healthcare provider will prescribe the drug for a condition that it has not been licensed to treat. One "off-label" use of the drug is the treatment of absence seizures.
Lamictal is available in tablet, orally disintegrating tablet, or "chewable dispersible" form and is taken by mouth, usually once or twice a day. Drowsiness, coordination problems, and nausea are some of the more common side effects seen with this medicine.
(To learn more, click Lamictal. Topics covered in this article include dosing guidelines, storage recommendations, effectiveness of the drug, and more.)
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