I posted this to the Manufacturer about 2 weeks ago 14 or 15th of Oct. due to the office personal my "so-called" advocate and I clash and she didn't send out the correct paperwork for my meds so I was w/o them for literally months. so now I'm finally back on them for about 10 days and I've noticed that they make me irritable and grouchy I have no patience for things but only on some days not all. I don't like it. I asked the manufacturer and Nothing no email no call nothing. i'm on the outs with my neurologist because of her office personnel lied to me about the paperwork AND lied to the Director of the local chapter of the Epilepsy Foundation and refuse to admit it. so I told my advocate to go Boink herself and I'm NOT coming back for the next appointment which WAS at the beginning of last month. anyway I can't ask the dr because there will be trouble if I go back so I'm not. I have no other alternative but to ask the question here. is the irritability a symptom of this med and what should I do about it ? I've been on SO many already nothing seems to work.View Thread
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