Brand Name: Zonegran®
Active Ingredient: zonisamide
Strength(s): 100mg
Dosage Form(s): Capsule
Company Name: Elan Pharmaceuticals
Availability: Prescription only
Date Approved by FDA: March 27, 2000

What is Zonegran used for?
ZONEGRAN is a medicine to treat partial seizures in adults. It is taken with other seizure medicines to help control seizures.

Who should not take Zonegran?
Do not take Zonegran if you are allergic to any sulfa drugs (for example, Bactrim® or Septra®).

Special Warning(s) with Zonegran:
Some people taking ZONEGRAN can get serious reactions including:
Skin rash (may be a sign of a dangerous condition)
Fever, sore throat, sores in your mouth, or bruising easily (may be signs of a blood problem)
Sudden back pain, abdominal (stomach area) pain, pain when urinating, bloody or dark urine (may be signs of a kidney stone)
Decreased sweating or a rise in body temperature (especially in patients under 17 years old)
Unusual thoughts
Speech or language problems
Difficulty concentrating
Coordination problems
Talk to your doctor first before stopping Zonegran or any other seizure medicine. Stopping a seizure medicine all at once can cause status epilepticus, a serious problem.
Zonegran can cause drowsiness and coordination problems. Do not drive or operate dangerous machinery until you know how Zonegran affects you.

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