The ONE and ONLY ready-to-use* liquid zonisamide *Shake well before taking.


Of the 20+ FDA-approved oral formulations of zonisamide, ZONISADE® is the ONLY alternative formulation to capsules.1

As little as



For eligible patients to use on their first prescription and associated refills.

See below for more information.

View Eligibility Restrictions, Terms, and Conditions at

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ZONISADE® (zonisamide oral suspension) is an adjunctive therapy for the treatment of partial-onset seizures in adults and pediatric patients 16 years of age and older.

Adjunctive therapy is one that is added to another treatment.

Zonisamide was first approved in the United States in 2000 as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of partial-onset seizures in adults with epilepsy.2

Finally, an alternative to zonisamide capsules.

ZONISADE® is the ONE and ONLY FDA-approved ready-to-use* oral liquid zonisamide.

*Shake well before taking.

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*Shake well before taking

Strawberry flavor

May help enhance the taste

Widely available

Available at most pharmacies within 24 hours


The same strength every time for the same result

Flexible dosing

So you can get the right dose your doctor prescribes, every time

Easy to store

Does not have to be refrigerated or kept cold

Throw away any unused medication 30 days after opening

ZONISADE® is a ready-to-use* oral liquid suspension

means no need for:

  • Compounding
  • Crushing or mixing

*Shake well before taking.

Did you know?

Compounded medicines are not approved by the FDA.3
The FDA cannot ensure that compounded medicines are safe and effective.
Talk to your doctor to see if ZONISADE® may be right for you.

How to take ZONISADE®

ZONISADE® is a liquid form of zonisamide. It contains 100 mg per 5 mL of zonisamide. It is a white to off-white strawberry-flavored liquid.

Your doctor will tell you what your dose will be. ZONISADE® is a medicine where you start at a lower dose and then slowly increase the dose until you reach the maximum dose. Your doctor may want you to take ZONISADE® once or twice a day.

You can take ZONISADE® with or without food.

ZONISADE® is a liquid suspension, so you must shake it well before you take it. You must measure ZONISADE® carefully. A household teaspoon is not an accurate measuring device. A pharmacist will give you an appropriate device and instructions for measuring the correct dose.

ZONISADE® does not have to be refrigerated or kept cold. Keep ZONISADE® at room temperature and out of direct light.

Tips to help you manage epilepsy

Whether you are a patient or a caregiver, these suggestions may help make managing epilepsy a little easier.

  • Work with your doctor. Talk about any questions or concerns you may have about epilepsy
  • Taking your medication on time is important. Use your phone to send daily reminders when it’s time to take your medicine
  • Healthy habits may help manage your epilepsy, including not missing doses of medications, getting enough sleep, and eating a healthy, balanced diet

Pharmacists can provide helpful information and support, such as:

  • Explain what your medicine is for and answer questions you have on how to take it
  • Provide a measuring device that you can use to measure your medicine as your doctor tells you to

Eligible patients may pay as little as $0 co-pay*
for their first prescription and associated refills.

  • Eligible patients can save with automatic co-pay support for ZONISADE® at their pharmacy—no calls, cards, or coupons necessary
  • Instant co-pay savings at 70,000+ pharmacies*

*View Eligibility Restrictions, Terms, and Conditions at

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Epilepsy Foundation

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Epilepsy Alliance America

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National Association of Epilepsy Centers

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