I take 500mg of Keppra 2x daily for unexplained headache/seizure. I have been taking it for about 18 months now.
For the past 8 months, I have had constant problems with my teeth. 3 cavities filled, one tooth fractured (now crowned) and am having pain in a filled tooth and 2 (possibly 3) more cavities.
I'm 18, almost 19, and the last time I've had a cavity was in a baby tooth. I can't find anything online about keppra causing tooth decay but I have found other anti-seizure medications that can cause gingivitis and decay. Can anybody tell me why? What can I do to stop this progression? I'm not positive that it's the Keppra, but I can't think of anything else in my life that would cause this, seeing as my hygiene habits haven't changed much.