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Myoclonic seizures. Akinetic seizures. Absence seizures. Lennox Gastaut syndrome. Used with some success in partial seizures, infantile spasms, tonic-clonic seizures. Tolerance may develop during the first 3 months or more of treatment and you may cease to respond to clonazepam.
Precautions: Inform your doctor if you have liver or kidney disorder, respiratory disease or glaucoma. If you have several different types of seizures clonazepam may increase or precipitate generalized tonic-clonic (grand mal) seizures. Use caution when performing tasks requiring complete mental alertness.
Possible side effects: Depending on the individual, side effects may occur at varying degrees or not at all, including: Drowsiness. Loss of coordination. Behavioural and personality changes, such as aggressiveness, irritability, agitation, hyperactivity. Forgetfulness or confusion. Increased seizures/appearance of other seizure types. Respiratory problems. Increased salivation. Sedation (but may diminish over time). Swelling of the face and eyelids (should be evaluated by a physician). Allergic Reactions/Idiosyncratic Skin rash (if you notice a rash seek immediate medical help). Leukopenia (low white blood cell count) rare