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colorfulcrouton

725d

Does anyone with epilepsy feel a constant state of brain fog/dizziness that doesn't go away? It's like everything is moving fast around me while Im stuck in slow motion. Ive been on 1500mg of Keppra for a few months now and no issues up until recently.

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    • rainbowofanxiety

      721d

      Yep. I'm on 1000mg of Keppra. The best I've been able to explain it others is as if I have TV static in my brain.

    • rainbowofanxiety

      721d

      Yep. I'm on 1000mg of Keppra. The best I've been able to explain it others is as if I have TV static in my brain.

    • JamiRich2020

      721d

      Yes. I'm on Topamax and there are things that I still can't remember. I lost a ring once and to this day, it's like the whole day was wiped out of my brain

    • Maddawg

      722d

      I used to be on keppra. The depressant-like effects took over my life and I had to stop taking it (I was also at 1500). It more than likely could be the med

    • SoloKirby

      724d

      I wouldn’t say constant, but it does happen. I’m also on Keppra

    • LunaLover

      725d

      Yeah, I guess that brain fog can be a side effect of Keppra for some people

    • LunaLover

      725d

      I feel the same way. I'm on Keppra actually

      • colorfulcrouton

        725d

        @LunaLover have you talk to a doctor about it?

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