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The lamictal may cause itching, rash, eczema, maculopapular rash, skin discoloration, stevens-johnson syndrome, vesiculobullous rash.and urticaria,etc.
The slight itching is non serious and is a common symptom after its use.The blistering rash, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, vesiculobullous rash and exfoliative dermatitis are serious and should warrant discontinuation of the drug.
The severe blistering rash is rare and occurs in less individuals.
You should stop the drug if the symptoms do not improve or worsens and change to some other anti-epileptic drug.
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You may take anti-itching drugs like antihistamines drugs cotaining pheniramine, cetrizine, azelastine, loratadine, etc.You may take benadryl syrup which will help you in itching.
You may also apply steroid ointments locally on face , neck and ear for a short term to control the itching.