The following results on this page are based on 11880
unique reviews from patients using the DrugStars app. These DrugStars users
have given a Medicine Experience and Attitude (MEA) score of
58.6 in the range of -100 to +100 for Medicines used for Epilepsy
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DrugsDisclosed has gathered medical insights from 11880 real-world patients taking Medicines used for Epilepsy. These patients are from different countries, lifestyles and healthcare systems, their unifying characteristic is the medicine they take.
11782 patients who were using Medicines used for Epilepsy were asked how effective they found their medicine. 68% were very positive about Medicines used for Epilepsy answering that they were very / extremely effective, however 21% felt Medicines used for Epilepsy was only somewhat effective. Unfortunately 10% of the patients asked felt Medicines used for Epilepsy had only a slight or very little effect for them.
We asked 11879 patients taking Medicines used for Epilepsy how bothered they were by side effects from taking Medicines used for Epilepsy? Of those asked 70% reported that they were not at all or only slightly bothered by any side effects, while 19% of those asked reported feeling somewhat bothered. Meaning that sadly 11% of patients using Medicines used for Epilepsy felt very or extremely bothered by the side effects of taking Medicines used for Epilepsy.
11879 patients using Medicines used for Epilepsy were asked how often they took their medicine as prescribed? 95% of those asked said they never, or only sometimes forget to take their Medicines used for Epilepsy as prescribed, while 2% often forgot. Meaning that 2% forgot to take their Medicines used for Epilepsy all the time. Remembering to take your medication at the right time is so important. Try using our free app DrugStars to help you remember to take your meds correctly.
We asked 11880 patients taking Medicines used for Epilepsy how difficult they found it to take their medicine as prescribed? There can be many factors why they found it difficult to take as prescribed. 91% of those asked positively reported that they found it not at all or only somewhat difficult to take their Medicines used for Epilepsy as prescribed, whereas 6% reported that they found taking the same medication very difficult. Sadly, there were still 3% who reported finding it extremely difficult for them to take their medicine as prescribed.
In a recent patient survey, we asked 11879 patients how confident they felt about taking Medicines used for Epilepsy? 73% felt either very or extremely confident when it came to taking Medicines used for Epilepsy. while 20% responded that they were only slightly confident leaving 7% of the patients we asked responded feeling only slightly confident when taking Medicines used for Epilepsy.
11391 patients were asked how necessary they found taking Medicines used for Epilepsy. 88% said they found Medicines used for Epilepsy to be very or extremely necessary, while 8% said they found it to be only somewhat necessary. Sadly, the final 4% of patients asked found it only slightly or even not at all necessary for them. If you feel your medication is unnecessary, please talk to your doctor about it.
We asked 10163 patients using Medicines used for Epilepsy how often they forgot to take their medication? 79% of reported that they never or rarely forgot to take their medication, while 15% of patients taking Medicines used for Epilepsy reported sometimes forgetting to take their medication. 7% of patients sadly often or almost all the time forget to take their medication. If you forget your medication, we can recommend using DrugStars to help you remember.
Surveying 10723 patients we asked them to what extent they felt that the benefits of their medicine (in this case Medicines used for Epilepsy) outweighed its disadvantages. A group of 71% replied that they felt to a large or even extreme extent that the advantages of taking their medication outweighed any disadvantages that Medicines used for Epilepsy may have. 17% of the patients felt this and a reduced level and reported feeling only a moderate extent. At the bottom of the scale were 12% of the patients asked, who felt this was true to only a small extent or even reported a result of not at all.
When asking 10724 patients taking Medicines used for Epilepsy if they were satisfied with the information and guidance they received with their medication. 77% of them answered that they were very satisfied or satisfied while, 17% of were neither satisfied nor dissatisfied. That left 6% of patients feeling either dissatisfied or worse of all very dissatisfied when it came to the information and guidance they received with their Medicines used for Epilepsy.
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