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Convulex 150 Mg 60 Capsules ingredient valproic acid

Active substance: Each capsule contains 300 mg valproic acid.

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In these Instructions for Use:

1. What is CONVULEX and what is it used for? 2. Things to consider before using CONVULEX 3. How to use CONVULEX 4. What are the possible side effects? 5. CONVULEX storage headers are included.

1. What is CONVULEX and what is it used for?

CONVULEX is available in cans containing 60 capsules with a total of 60 capsules. Each capsule contains 300 mg valproic acid. The capsules are red in ripe rose color and have the dır Convulex 300 gül print on them.

The capsule is opened only in the intestine and the active substance is released only in the intestine. In epilepsy (sara) disease: CONVULEX is used to treat various types of epilepsy. Bipolar (manic depressive) disorder (a kind of mental disorder): Manic depressive disorder associated with the prevention and treatment of psychic (psychic hyperactivity) is used. In the treatment of migraine (severe throbbing headache): If other drugs can not provide enough effect is used to prevent migraine pain.

2. Things to consider before using

CONVULEX DO NOT use CONVULEX if:

• If you are hypersensitive to the active substance or excipients it contains,If you have

•active liver diseaseIf you

•have existing or pre-existing severe liver dysfunction in your immediate family members,

• Do not use if you have a liver-related porphyria (hereditary metabolic disease) story.

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pregnancy

Consult your doctor or pharmacist before usingmedication. Your doctor will decide whether CONVULEX is available during pregnancy. If you plan to become pregnant, please discuss this with your doctor. Your doctor will inform you about the benefits and possible risks of treatment with CONVULEX. Do not leave CONVULEX treatment unless you have received medical advice. If possible, the CONVULEX dose should be recalculated before pregnancy occurs and the lowest effective dose (divided by different times during the day) should be used to minimize the risk of abnormal development of the child. Your doctor will provide additional folic acid if appropriate for you. Your pregnancy should be carefully examined by ultrasound and other appropriate examinations. Your doctor may require blood tests to determine the blood clotting condition in the newborn baby. If you notice that you are pregnant during your treatment, consult your doctor immediately.

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breastfeeding

Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using the. Your doctor will decide whether CONVULEX can be taken during your breastfeeding period. Up to now, no information has been received that it should not be used.

Use of

tools and machinery This medication may affect your ability to drive and use machines. This is especially observed in combination with other epilepsy drugs or in combination with certain trankilizants (tranquilizers, relievers) and narcotics (substances that stimulate consciousness). When seizures are successfully controlled several months later, it is possible to drive actively in traffic. Your doctor will inform you whether you can drive or not.

Important information about some of the excipients contained in CONVULEX If you do not have an extreme sensitivity to the excipients contained in CONVULEX, no adverse effects due to these excipients are to be expected.

Use with other drugs

Medical products or other substances may alter the effects of each other. If you are taking other medicinal products, inform your doctor before starting treatment. Valproic acid may alter the effects of: Some drugs used for depression, some tranquilizers or narcotic drugs, alcohol, other epilepsy (sara) medications, certain drugs that prevent blood clotting, acetyl salicylic acid (aspirin), and zidovudine used in the treatment of HIV-infection. The following medicinal products may enhance the effect of valproic acid: for example, some epilepsy (sara) medications (felbamate), acetyl salicylic acid (aspirin), certain antibiotics (eg erythromycin), cimetidine used in the treatment of gastric ulcer. The following medicinal products may reduce the effect of valproic acid: some epilepsy medications, some malaria medicines such as mefloquine, chlorokine, carbapenem-type antibiotics, and cholestyramine used to treat high levels of blood in the blood. No interaction of valproic acid with oral contraceptives has been reported.

Please inform your doctor or pharmacist if you are currently using any prescription or non-prescription medication or if you have recently used it.

3. How to use CONVULEX

Instructions for appropriate use and dose / frequency of administration: Different forms and doses of Convulex are available for individual dosage adjustment.

Epilepsy (sara): As a rule, the daily dose should be divided into several doses per day. Valproic acid is the only drug used, and the total daily dose may be administered as a single dose in the evening (maximum dose up to 15 mg per day per kg).

The daily dose requirement varies with age and body weight. The most appropriate dose is determined mainly by seizure control; Routine measurement of blood levels is typically not necessary. Monitoring blood levels may be helpful if there is insufficient seizure control or suspected side effects.

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Single treatment: Adults: 600 mg daily (5-10 mg per kg of body weight), with a dosage of 5-10 mg per kg at 3-7 day intervals. The patient is gradually increased until the patient remains seizure free. If adequate seizure control is not available within this dose range, the dose may be increased up to 2500 mg per day.

Use in children: The initial dose is 10-20 mg per kg body weight per day, which is gradually increased to 5-10 mg per kg at 3-7 day intervals until the patient remains seizure free. This dose is usually in the range of 20-30 mg per day per kg (see dose table below). If sufficient control is not achieved within this dose range, the dose is increased to 35 mg per kg per day. Doses higher than 40 mg per kg per day may be required depending on the individual need. In children who require doses greater than 40 mg per kg per day, clinical chemistry and blood values ​​should be checked at regular intervals. Use in children over 20 kg: The recommended starting dose is usually 300 mg / day. The following daily doses are recommended for valproate:

Age Body weight (kg) Average dose (mg / day) 3 - 6 months ~ 5.5 - 7.5 150 6 - 12 months ~ 7.5 - 10 150 - 300 1 - 3 years ~ 10 - 15 300 - 450 3 - 6 years ~ 15 - 20 450 - 600 7 - 11 years ~ 20 - 40 600 - 1200 12 - 17 years ~ 40 - 60 1000 - 1500 Adults (including elderly patients)

≥ 60 1200 - 2100

Multiple medications : When starting treatment with CONVULEX, in patients undergoing pre-treatment for contractions, the previous drug should be gradually reduced; then start the CONVULEX slowly and reach the target dose after approximately 2 weeks. If CONVULEX is used in combination with drugs that stimulate liver enzyme activity (such as phenytoin, phenobarbital or carbamazepine), it may be necessary to increase the dose to 5an10 mg per day. It may be possible to maintain seizure control with reduced doses of CONVULEX when enzyme stimulants are discontinued. If barbiturates are used simultaneously and especially if sedation is observed (especially in children), the dose of barbiturate should be reduced.

Bipolar disorder (a form of mental disorder) and migraine (severe, throbbing headache): There is no controlled clinical study in children, adolescents and patients over the age of 65 related to the use of ın bipolar disorder “and“ prevention of migraine pain B. Bipolar disorder (adult patients only): In the treatment of sudden and short-term, severe symptoms: The recommended starting dose is 600 yetişkin900 mg per kg, which can be divided into several doses. Patients with extreme restlessness may be treated with doses up to 1500 mg per day. Subsequently, incremental dose increments should be made at intervals of 2 to 4 days and blood levels should be monitored until clinical improvement or side effects are observed (overall treatment range: 50 günlük125 mg / L). Preventing recurrent crises: The daily dose is usually 1000esinde2000 mg.

Migraine (adult patients only): The beginning is 300 mg daily in divided doses. The daily dose should be gradually increased until the desired effect of the drug has occurred or undesirable effects occur. Most patients were effectively treated with doses of 600bil 900 mg daily.

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Application route and method: CONVULEX is taken orally. Never divide the capsules. Swallow the capsules as a whole without chewing and bite with or without some liquid after eating or after eating.

Different age groups: There is no controlled clinical study in children, adolescents and patients over the age of 65 years, who are on the use of da bipolar disorder 65 and, prevention of migraine pain Değiş.

Use in children: Use in children is for epilepsy only. The appropriate dosage amount and duration are indicated above. According to the dose requirement, CONVULEX is also available in syrup form for children.

Use in elderly: The absorption, distribution and excretion of valproic acid in elderly patients may vary. The dose should be determined according to the seizure controls.

Specific use cases: Kidney / Liver failure: Dose reduction may be required. Because blood concentrations may be misleading, the dose should be adjusted to clinical monitoring.

If you have an impression that the effect of CONVULEX is too strong or too weak, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

If you have used more CONVULEX than you should use,use from

talk to a doctor or pharmacist if you have used more than you shouldCONVULEX. Symptoms of overdose taken in a short period of time: nausea, vomiting, dizziness, as well as serious side effects and difficulty in breathing. In severe cases emergency medical assistance is required.

Recommendations for doctors: Hospital treatment with overdose, vomiting, gastric lavage, respiratory support and other measures supporting vital functions is recommended. Hemodialysis and hemoperfusion were successfully performed. In addition, intravenous naloxone has also been used in combination with oral charcoal.

If you forget to use CONVULEX, do not take double doses to compensate for the missed doses.

Effects after termination of treatment with CONVULEX An abrupt discontinuation of CONVULEX may cause an increase in seizure frequency. Therefore, do not leave your treatment without medical advice.

4. What are the possible side effects?

As with all medicines, CONVULEX may have side effects in people who are sensitive to the substances contained in its contents.

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If one of the following, stop using CONVULEX and IMMEDIATELY tell your doctor or contact your nearest hospital emergency department:diaper rash

• Skin reaction, such as, shortness of breath, laryngeal swelling, loss of blood pressure, consciousness loss andallergic reactions,

• spontaneous hemorrhage or bruising, redness,

comorbid• Vomiting, impaired balance, impaired harmony between body movements (ataxia) and blurring of consciousness,

• Nausea, vomiting and loss of brain tissue that may lead to loss of consciousness: These symptoms are reversible in dose reduction or discontinuation of treatment.

• Severe liver damage, which may result in death,

• Severe pancreatic inflammation, which may occur as a very severe abdominal pain surrounding the waistline,

• Redness of the skin due to drug reactions, signs of hypersensitivity to the wound, rash.

These are all very serious side effects. If you have one of these, you have a serious allergy to CONVULEX. You may need urgent medical attention or hospitalization.

If you notice any of the following, report to your doctor immediately or contact the emergency department of your nearest hospital:

• If the bleeding occurs longer than normal when you have any bleeding,

• Very frequent observation of infections and prolonged periods of time due to reduced immunity (these complaints are frequently observed, mild and backward it is alternately)

• Particularly skin, a kind of immune system manifests itself with rheumatism style complaints in the joints and organs disease,

• leading up to the occasional faintness, and sometimes hallucinations (seeing something that is not, hear, smell or take a few) or contraction (convulsions) with indifference to visible stimuli, drowsiness and confusion,

• signs of reversible dementia (dementia), including brain damage, including parkinson's disease.

Symptoms that may be detected in your blood values ​​in laboratory tests to be performed to you include:

• Reduction of blood clotting cells (platelets),

• Fibrinogen reduction,

• Lymphocytosis (excessive increase in lymphocyte cells in the blood),

• Inadequate development of red cells in the

blood,Reduction of white cells in the blood,

•Reduction of all cells in the blood,

• reversible dysfunction of renal tubes that can progress to the presence of glucose, aminoacid, phosphate and excess uric acid in the urine (Fanconi's Disease). When the drug is discontinued, the blood table returns to normal. All these are serious side effects. Emergency medical intervention may be required.

If you notice any of the following, tell your doctor:

• reluctance to do things before and with reluctance, lack of enjoyment of life, grieving and sadness, depression manifested by negative thinking,

• increased alertness (this is usually useful but occasionally aggression, excessive mobility and behavioral disorders may occur,

• increased appetite and a pronounced and progressive weight gain,

• very little stomach and intestinal irritation at the beginning of treatment,

• nausea,

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• vomiting,

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• Constipation

• temporary hair loss (hair usually starts to go again within 6 months, but may be curly hair than before),

• inflammation of the veins,

• Calmness state: it is usually temporary.

• accumulation of fluid in the body, swelling of the hands and feet (edema)

• Dizziness,

• Chills

• Tinnitus,

• reversible or irreversible hearing loss,

• headache,

• eyes involuntarily shake,

• sensitivity to light and the associated skin rashes , nervous and mental complaints, abdominal pain and cramps, a metabolic disease,

• excessive hair growth,

• acne,

• skin rash,

• menstrual irregularity,

• menstruation,

• breast growth in men.

These are the mild side effects of CONVULEX. If you encounter any side effects not mentioned in these instructions for use, please inform your doctor or pharmacist.

5. Storage ofbe

CONVULEX Store CONVULEX where it cannot and cannotseen by children. Store at room temperatures below 25 ° C in a dry place, protected from light. Do not place in the refrigerator.

Use in accordance with expiration dates. Do not use CONVULEX after the expiration date in the packaging.

Do not use CONVULEX if you notice any defects in the product and / or its packaging.

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