Caring for someone with certain types of epilepsy can be a very rewarding experience. However, like any supportive role, you may also find it has challenging moments.
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Whether you care for a young child or adolescent, or an elderly family member or friend, one challenge you may face is helping your loved one take their epilepsy medicine as prescribed at the same time every day. Sometimes, taking (or giving) medicine can be difficult, especially if the person you care for:
Struggles to swallow pills
Dislikes the texture and/or taste of medicine
Has a medical condition that makes it difficult to swallow
Studies SHow that:
of adults experience difficulty swallowing medication
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WHY A DIFFERENT FORMULATION MAY BE THE RIGHT OPTION FOR YOU
Artistic interpretation. Not actual SPRITAM.
SPRITAM® (levetiracetam) flash-disperses in the mouth with just a sip of liquid.
With individually-packaged tablets, SPRITAM provides an on-the-go option for medication time.
SPRITAM disintegrates in a mean time of 11 seconds (2-27 seconds).
Your guide to understanding SPRITAM, including administration, dosing, storage, FAQ’s, and savings information.
Doctor Discussion Guide
Be prepared for your appointment. Bring this guide with you when it’s time to talk to your healthcare provider about SPRITAM.
To help manage certain types of seizures, it’s important that your loved one takes their epilepsy medicine exactly as prescribed and never misses a dose.