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Tooth/Gum problems from Anticonvulsants

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by arx, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. arx

    arx Senior Member

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    Hey,


    Has anyone experienced toothache,sore gums,or itchy gums and other dental problems resulting from drugs such as anticonvulsants,SSRIs,SNRIs,anti-anxiety,antipsychotics and so on..
    My focus is on anticonvulsants and other drugs such as Desvenlaflexine ,Eslicarbazepine , Clonazepam ,Buspirone,etc.

    Please share your experience.
    Thanks.
     

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