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Topamax is a prescription drug that is licensed for treating epilepsy and preventing migraine headaches. By slowing down electrical signals and calming nerve cells in the brain, the medication can help prevent seizures and migraines. Topamax comes in the form of tablets and "sprinkle" capsules, and is usually taken twice a day. Potential side effects include fatigue, drowsiness, and dizziness.
- Epilepsy treatment (either used alone or in combination with other epilepsy medication)
- Migraine prevention.