What is Mysoline?
Mysoline is an anticonvulsant medicine that is used to control seizures.
How does Mysoline work?
Primidone, phenobarbital, and PEMA all have anticonvulsant activity. In addition to its anticonvulsant activity, PEMA increases the anticonvulsant activity of phenobarbital.
What are the uses for Mysoline?
Mysoline is used alone or with other medications for treating grand mal, psychomotor, or focal epileptic seizures.
Which drugs or supplements interact with Mysoline?
Mysoline may decrease blood levels and the effect of several drugs by increasing the activity of liver enzymes that breakdown these drugs. Examples of drugs affected by Primidone include naloxegol (Movantik), roflumilast (Daliresp), lurasidone (Latuda), and many others.
Is Mysoline is safe in case of pregnancy or breastfeeding?
Mysoline has not been adequately evaluated in pregnant women. Some other seizure medications have been associated with birth defects. Mysoline is excreted in human milk and may cause adverse effects in the infant.