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Who should take Keppra?

Keppra is intended for people with seizure disorders that cause myoclonic, partial or tonic-clonic seizures. Keppra is the brand name for the generic medication levetiracetam. Adults and children older than four years of age may take Keppra to help treat partial onset seizures. Adolescents 12 years of age and older may take Keppra to treat their myoclonic seizures. Adults and children six years of age and older may take Keppra to treat their primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures.

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