Ethosuximide Coupon and Discount

Our Ethosuximide coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Ethosuximide is a prescription drug that treats petit mal seizures. The original cash price of Ethosuximide is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Ethosuximide coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Ethosuximide.
Ethosuximide Overview
Drug Name: Ethosuximide
Brand Name(s): Zarontin
Drug Class: Anticonvulsant Drug
Treats: Petit Mal Seizures

Ethosuximide is a drug used in the treatment of petit mal seizures, also known by the name absence seizures. The drug works by blocking T-type calcium channels, which serves to reduce overall neuronal excitability. Ethosuximide is administered only via the oral route, either as a capsule or a liquid. Common side effects associated with ethosuximide include nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach pain.

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    Ethosuximide Coupon
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  • Ethosuximide Uses

    Ethosuximide is a drug used in the treatment of petit mal seizures. This type of seizure is also known as absence seizure, not least because the duration of the seizure lasts less than 30 seconds, on average. Typically, the patient, who usually experiences their first such seizure during childhood, stares into space, or may roll their eyes back. Ethosuximide is used because it specifically blocks the T-type calcium channels in the brain, something that many other anticonvulsant drugs fail to do. Ethosuximide may also be used for purposes not listed in this guide, at the discretion of the prescriber.

    • Absence Seizures

  • Ethosuximide Dosage

    Ethosuximide, as with any other medicine, does not follow any fixed dose. There are, of course, recommended dosage regimens, but these regimens have exceptions. Patients may present with complicating factors such as age, co-administration of other medicines, and the presence of disease. Dosage may change at the discretion of the prescriber.

    • 500mg (10mL) to be administered daily. For patients between 3 and 6 years of age, the dose is halved to 250mg (5mL) to be administered daily.
  • Ethosuximide Side Effects

    Ethosuximide is associated with numerous clinically significant side effects, many of which are listed below, though this is not intended to be an exhaustive list. Many patients experience mild to moderate side effects with ethosuximide, but many of these may subside with time as the body becomes accustomed to the medicine. If patients experience any severe side effects while taking ethosuximide, they are advised to discontinue the medicine and seek further professional advice. Common side effects include:

    • Nausea
    • Vomiting
    • Loss of Appetite
    • Weight Loss
    • Drowsiness
    • Fatigue
    • Dizziness
    • Vaginal Bleeding

    Consult your doctor if you experience any of the following side effects:

    • Sore Throat
    • Fever
    • Chills
    • Muscle Pain
    • Hives
    • Blisters
    • Joint Pain
  • Ethosuximide Interactions

    Ethosuximide, as with many anticonvulsant drugs, is associated with numerous drug interactions. Many of these drug interactions are listed below, though this is not an exhaustive list. Patients are advised not to consume alcohol while taking ethosuximide as this worsens the effects of both ethosuximide and alcohol. Patients should not commence any new medication while taking ethosuximide unless permitted by your doctor or pharmacist. Drugs that interact with ethosuximide include: