Keppra | Levetiracetam is an anticonvulsant medication made by UBC Pharmaceuticals used to treat certain types of seizures caused by epilepsy in combination with other drugs like Topamax along with certain lifestyle changes.
Though it is not known exactly how Keppra counters seizures, it is believed to reduce the changes in electrical activity in the brain that causes them.
Keppra | Levetiracetam for epilepsy comes in pill, oral solution, and IV form and should be taken twice daily, at the same times each day to ensure that a steady level of the drug remains in your system.
You may take Keppra alone or with food. If you begin to experience adverse reactions related to the stomach while taking Keppra, take this medication with food.
Your doctor will take into consideration your age, medical history, and various other factors to determine whether Keppra for epilepsy is the right drug for you. If you have any questions or concerns about Keppra or Keppra side effects please speak to your healthcare provider at once.