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Who should take Sabril?

You should take Sabril (vigabatrin) if you suffer from seizures and other prescription drugs to treat seizures have been ineffective. First, however you should sign a SHARE agreement confirming you understand the vision risks associated with taking this medication. Sabril is approved for use by those age 10 years or older, however a powder form is sometimes prescribed for infants suffering from infantile spasms.

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