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Who should take Lamictal?

Lamictal is prescribed for individuals over two years of age who experience seizures caused by epilepsy or Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. A person older than 18 years of age with bipolar disorder can also take this medication to increase the spacing of time between manic or depressive episodes.

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