Trileptal urination

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female 20y not married with no history of medical importance she had atypical convulsions you cannot say it is epilepsy one year ago she recieved depakine but with no progress then she recieve trileptal also with no progress now she recieve trental and there is little progress the fit with no epileptic characters as no urination or defecation no tongue bitting need your help thanks
Lithium is known to be associated with tremors and passing of large amounts of urine(Diabetes insipidus) so if the med is not suiting you u could ask for a change of med to Lamictal or trileptal both of which are anticonvulsants with excellent mood stabilizing qualities.
Switching epilepsy med from Tegretol (processed through liver) to Trileptal has slightly helped liver counts. Tomorrow, Wednesday, his Inter/Riba will be delivered and he will get his first shot this Friday. I've read everything I can get my hands on about Hep C. and many posts on this list. My hubby is concerned that his first injection, which will be given under the guidance of a special nurse who will also be his case worker, is 45 minutes from our home.
but his eyes are always good! never pinned or large! the other thing is, he is on lithium and trileptal for bipolar. could either of those drugs possibly aid him in keeping his eyes normal? this may not be the right forum for asking this question, but thought who would know better than those that have been there and done that. if no one here can help, perhaps someone could suggest another place to try? thanks in advance for any suggestions you all may have to offer.
Barely drinks and I try to keep a eye on here urination frequency but haven't seen her go hardly ever in the last few weeks. We've been to ER twice in 6 weeks because the hives get bad and she looks so sick, red rimmed eyes, gagging when she swallows. Can't pee for hrs. Drs in ER say no fever no problem. My daughter is a pediatric intensive care nurse and my best friend is a nurse also. Both say she looks really bad.
Had frequent urination for about 3 years. Finally went to urologist in Sept. 08. After t spine MRI was referred to Neuro in Dec. 08. Four weeks later...POOF...frequent urination went to lifetime disease!!
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