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    Potassium may help prevent or treat Topamax-induced skin sensations according to Dr. Robert Skversky


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    Wednesday, July 21, 2004 7:32 am Email this article
    Potassium may help prevent or treat paresthesia (abnormal skin sensations such as tingling, tickling, itching or burning sensation) caused by Topamax (topiramate) according to Robert Skversky, M.D.

    He has his Topamax patients take 800 mg of potassium once a day.

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