What is Subvenite?
Subvenite is an anti-epileptic drug. Also known as an anticonvulsant. Subvenite can be used by itself or in combination with other drugs to treat epilepsy seizures in children and adults. It can also be used to prevent mood disorders in adults suffering from bipolar disorder (manic depression).
Immediate-release Subvenite is a good choice for children as young as years old if it's included in the combination of seizure medicines. This form of medicine is not recommended to be used as the sole medication for a child or teen who is less than the age of 16. Extended-release Subvenite is intended for use only by children and adults who are at least 13 years old. Subvenite can also be employed for other purposes that are not covered in this guideline.
Side effects of Subvenite
Contact emergency medical assistance when you are experiencing symptoms that indicate an allergic reaction (hives, breathing problems, or swelling of your throat or face) or an extreme skin reaction (fever or burning eyes, sore throat, and skin irritation, as well as an ailment that is purple or red with peeling and blisters).
If you are forced to quit using Subvenite due to a serious skin rash, then you might not be able to take it in the future.
If you notice any new or deteriorating symptoms, tell your physician, for example, changes in your mood or behavior, depression, anxiety, or if you feel anxious and restless, angry, or overly active (mentally and physically), or if you are thinking about taking your own life or hurting yourself.
Subvenite could result in serious side effects. Contact your physician immediately in the event that you experience:
- Either slow or fast-beat heartbeats, or fluttering around your chest;
- Chest pains, shortness of breath;
- Fever, swollen glands, weakness, severe muscle pain;
- Any rash on the skin, particularly one that has blisters or peeling;
- Painful sores that irritate the mouth and around the eyes.
- Headache,stiff neck, more sensitive to light sickness, vomiting, confusion, and sleepiness;
- Jaundice (yellowing of the eyes or skin) or
- Pale skin tone, cold hands and feet, easily bruising, uncommon bleeding
Common negative side effects of Subvenite could include:
- Blurred vision, double vision
- Loss of coordination, tremor;
- Dry mouth, nausea stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhea;
- The symptoms include a sore throat, a running nose, a fever,
- Lower back pain
- Sleep problems (insomnia).
This isn't a complete list of all the side effects. Others could happen. Consult your physician to seek medical advice on adverse effects. You can report symptoms to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.
Subvenite can cause a serious or life-threatening rash on your skin, particularly in children and those who are taking a high dose to begin or use the acid valproic (Depakene) or divalproex (Depakote). Take immediate medical attention in the event of an itch, blisters, peeling skin, or sores that appear in either your eye or mouth. Contact your doctor immediately if you notice any signs of more serious side effects, like swelling, fever, severe muscle pain, bleeding that is not normal, bruising, changes in skin color or eyes, headaches and neck stiffness, vomiting, confusion, headache, or an increase in the sensitivity to light. Some people contemplate suicide when taking Subvenite. Be attentive to any changes in your mental state or signs. Inform your doctor if you notice any changes or worsening symptoms.
Before you take this drug
It is not recommended to use Subvenite if you have an allergy to it.
Subvenite could cause a serious or life-threatening skin rash, particularly in children and those who have a large dose to begin or use valproic acid (Depakene) as well as divalproex (Depakote).
Speak to your doctor if you are ever diagnosed with:
- An allergic reaction or a rash following the use of another seizure medicine;
- Renal or liver illness;
- Heart conditions, like heart blockage or heartbeat irregularity.
- Suicidal ideas, depression, or behaviors; or
- Meningitis (inflammation in the tissues that cover the spinal cord and brain) following the use of Subvenite
There are people who think about suicide when taking Subvenite. Your physician will monitor your progress on a regular basis during check-ups. Your family members and other caregivers should be aware of changes in your symptoms or mood.
Do not begin or stop taking seizure medications during pregnancy without consulting your physician's guidance. Having a seizure during pregnancy can harm both the baby and the mother. Talk to your doctor immediately if you find yourself pregnant.
If you're pregnant and you are a registered mother, your name could be included on the pregnancy registry to monitor the effect of the medication lamotrigine on the infant. Birth pills for controlling birth could make Subvenite more ineffective, which can result in a rise in seizures. Talk to your doctor about whether or not you are taking birth control medications. Your medicine dosage could need to be altered. It might not be safe to breastfeed while taking Subvenite. Talk to your doctor about any risks.
How to take Subvenite?
Follow the directions on the label of your prescription and read the medication guide or instructions sheets. Your doctor may alter the dosage. Make sure you take the medication precisely as directed. Injecting too much Subvenite before the beginning of treatment could increase the risk of developing a serious and dangerous allergic skin condition. You might require regular blood tests to ensure that your doctor is sure that you're getting the proper dosage. Extended release along with immediate release Subvenite is a good choice for treating various situations. Make sure to check your refills regularly to ensure that you've received the right size, color, shape, and form of the tablet. Make sure you use only the prescription dosage and form the doctor recommends.
If you decide to switch Subvenite to another seizure medication, be sure to follow the instructions of your physician regarding the dosage and timing of the medication. Take the tablet in one swallow and make sure you don't chew, crush, or break it. Follow and read carefully any instructions for use that are included with the dissolving tablet or the dispersible ones. Consult your physician or pharmacist if you have any questions about these directions. Don't stop taking Subvenite abruptly, even if you feel well. The abrupt stop can cause seizures. Follow the instructions of your physician when increasing your dosage. In the event of an emergency, be sure to wear or have a medical ID to alert others that you are taking seizure medicine. Subvenite can affect a drug screening urine test, and you might get incorrect results. Inform the laboratory personnel that you take this medication. Keep at room temperature, free of moisture and light.
What happens if I miss the dose?
You should take the medication as quickly as you can. However, avoid any missed doses if you are nearing the time to take the next dose. Don't take two doses at a time.
Make sure you refill your prescription before you run out of medication completely.
What happens if I overdose?
For medical emergencies, seek emergency medical attention or contact the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222. The signs of an overdose could be blurred or shaky vision, issues with coordination, more seizures, feeling lightheaded, or falling asleep.
What should be avoided?
Avoid driving or engaging in hazardous activities until you are aware of the effects of subvenite on your body. The way you react could be impaired.
Interaction with other drugs
There are times when it's not recommended to take certain medications simultaneously. Certain medications can alter the blood levels of other medications you are taking, which could cause more side effects or make the medication less effective.
Other medications can affect Subvenite. Other medications can affect Subvenite, including medications that are prescribed and available over the counter, vitamins, and herbal products. Discuss with your physician your current medications and any medications you begin or stop taking.