At the second stage of the development of the disease, the clinical picture of the first stage is aggravated and supplemented by the following symptoms: amnesia of a short duration or permanent; speech disorder - the patient partially or completely loses the ability to express his thoughts in words, does not understand the meaning of what was said to him; violation of the previous ability to perform logical actions; deterioration of visual, auditory and tactile perception.
In this state, the patient is no longer able to be responsible for his actions, cannot independently cope with elementary hygiene procedures and cannot take care of lamotrigine. There is also no long-term memory - a person sometimes or constantly does not recognize loved ones. This condition of a person requires full and constant care for him.
Ignore or self-medicate, in this case, it is strongly not recommended. You also need to understand that the psycho-emotional state of a person with this disease can be dangerous both for himself and for others, so constant supervision is necessary in compliance with the rules of the nursing process. In the presence of the above clinical picture, you should contact a psychiatrist and neurologist.