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Old 03-25-2010, 03:29 PM   #1
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L-tryptophan & Hydroxocobalamin in the treatment of Epilepsy

L-tryptophan & Hydroxocobalamin in the treatment of Epilepsy


I have epilepsy with mild cerrebeller ataxia & I am presently taking Keppra – 2,000 mgs per day & Lamictal 200 mgs per day.

Has anyone with epilepsy ever used or heard of either “L-tryptophan” or “Hydroxocobalamin” an – injectable form of vitamin B-12) either in addition to anti seizure medication as a partial replacement or as a full replacement ?.

I would be very interested in anything anyone has to share.

 
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