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A healthcare provider may prescribe Equetro® (carbamazepine) to treat manic or mixed episodes associated with bipolar disorder. Although it is not known exactly how Equetro works, it is believed that the medication works by affecting several different chemicals in the brain. Equetro comes in the form of a capsule and is usually taken twice a day.
As with any medication, there are side effects with Equetro. Among these possible side effects of Equetro are dizziness, drowsiness, and nausea. Prior to taking the medication, you should let your healthcare provider know if you have anemia, glaucoma, or heart disease, among other medical conditions.
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