Buy Zarontin (Ethosuximide)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeZarontin50 mg/ml$83.99
drug typeZarontin250 mg$77.99
drug typeZarontin250 mg/5 ml/200 ml$49.99


Zarontin Information

How And Where To Buy Zarontin Online?


Zarontin is available at CanadianPharmacyWorld.com at a reasonable price. A valid prescription from your doctor is required to order Zarontin from our certified Canadian online pharmacy. All you have to do is place an order on our website, which is very easy. Other seizure medications are also available at affordable prices. You have convenient and dependable access to your healthcare needs at Canadian Pharmacy World. You can place your order online, via mail, fax, or by calling 1866-485-7979 toll-free.

How Much Does Zarontin Cost?


The average retail price for the brand Zarontin 250 mg is around $397.61 for 100 tablets which are $3.98 per unit according to drugs.com, depending on the pharmacy you visit. Canadian Pharmacy World is offering the brand Zarontin 250 mg from Canada at $77.99 for a supply of 100 tablets, which is $0.78 per unit. For more information, please call us toll-free at 1866.485.7979.

Brand Zarontin 250 mg from Canada, as low as $0.78 per unit

Brand Zarontin syrup 50mg/ml/500 ml from Canada, as low as $83.99 per unit

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Zarontin?


The brand Zarontin tablet comes from Canada manufactured by Erfa pharma and the Syrup is available from the United Kingdom and New Zealand manufactured by Pfizer.. The generic version is not available

What Dosages and Forms are Zarontin Available in?


The brand Zarontin is available in the following strengths:
• 50 mg/ml Syrup
• 250 mg tablets
• 250 mg/5ml/200ml Syrup

What is Zarontin Used for?


Zarontin (Ethosuximide) belongs to the anticonvulsant class of drugs. It works by lowering aberrant brain electrical activity. Ethosuximide decreases the paroxysmal three-cycle-per-second spike and wave activity associated with loss of consciousness in absence (petit mal) seizures. Absence seizures (petit mal seizures) are treated with the medication Zarontin (Ethosuximide), a sort of seizure in which the person loses consciousness for a brief time, during which he may stare straight ahead or blink his eyes but does not respond to others). Due to motor cortex depression and a rise in the central nervous system's threshold for convulsive impulses, the frequency of epileptiform episodes is lowered.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Zarontin?


Common:
• Anorexia;
• Diarrhea;
• Dizziness;
• Stomach upset;
• Headache;
• Nausea;
• Somnolence;
• Vomiting

Less Common:
• Allergic reaction;
• Ataxia, confusion, drowsiness, sleep disturbance;
• Blood dyscrasias including aplastic anemia;
• Blurred vision, myopia;
• Gum hypertrophy, hiccoughs, swelling of tongue;
• Pruritic, erythematous rashes;
• Urticaria

Rare
Hirsutism;
• Psychosis;
• Seizure;
• Stevens-Johnson syndrome;
• Suicidal thoughts and behavior;
• Systemic lupus erythematosus

Other adverse effects of Ethosuximide are possible. If you have any other concerns while using this drug, contact your doctor.

Are there any Precautions and Drug Interactions for Zarontin?


Notify your doctor and pharmacist in case you are allergic to Ethosuximide, methsuximide (Celontin), or other medications. Tell your doctor and pharmacist if you're taking or planning to take any prescription or over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, nutritional supplements, or herbal products.
Antidepressants; other seizure medications such as phenytoin (Dilantin) and valproic acid (Depakene, Depakote); pain meds; sedatives; sleeping pills; or tranquilizers should all be mentioned. Your doctor may need to change your prescription dosages or monitor you closely for adverse effects. If you have or have had had mental illness or renal or liver problems, notify your doctor. Notify your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or breastfeeding.

Tell your doctor or dentist that you are taking Ethosuximide if you have surgery, including dental surgery. You should be aware that this drug may cause drowsiness. Do not drive or operate machinery until you have a better understanding of how this drug affects you. Inquire with your doctor about the safe consumption of alcohol while taking this medicine. While taking Ethosuximide, you should be aware that your mental health may alter unexpectedly, and you may become suicidal (thinking about injuring or killing yourself or planning or attempting to do so). Suicidal thoughts and conduct appeared in some of these persons as little as one week after they began taking medicine.

Suppose you take an anticonvulsant drug like Ethosuximide. In that case, you run the chance of experiencing changes in your mental health, but you also run the risk of experiencing changes in your mental health if your problem is not addressed. You and your doctor will evaluate if the hazards of taking an anticonvulsant medicine outweigh the risks of not taking it. If you, your family, or your caregiver notices any following symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.
• Acting on dangerous impulses;
• Aggressive;
• Agitation or restlessness;
• Anxiety, or depression;
• Difficulty falling or staying asleep;
• Giving away prized possessions;
• New or worsening irritability,
• Panic attacks;
• Preoccupation with death and dying;
• or any other irrational changes in mood or conduct

Make sure your family or caregiver is aware of any potentially significant symptoms so they can contact a doctor if you are unable to seek treatment on your own.

Zarontin may interact with the following drugs:
• Abametapir; for treating head lice infection.
• Bremelanotide; used to treat women who have not yet reached menopause with reduced sexual desire
• Conivaptan; used to treat hyponatremia (low sodium levels).
• Enzalutamide; hormone treatment that blocks testosterone from reaching prostate cancer cells
• Metoclopramide intranasal; used to treat the symptoms of gastroparesis (slow stomach emptying) in diabetic patients.
• Nefazodone; an antidepressant used for treating major depressive disorder.
• Pexidartinib; used to treat a particular type of tumor (tenosynovial giant cell tumor) that is not likely to improve with surgery

Zarontin Storage and Safety Information


Keep this medication carefully wrapped and out of the reach of children in the container it came in. It should be stored at room temperature, out of direct sunlight, heat, and moisture. It's not a good idea to freeze the syrup.

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