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could bromazepam "lexotanil" prevent general seizures ?

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Dr. Hanul Bhandari
Sleep Medicine 13 years experience
See below: Bromazepam is not a medication used to treat generalized epilepsies, in general. There are much better mainstream, fda approved medications used to treat them with the goal of decreasing frequency. If you are experiencing seizures, it is recommended you get evaluated by a neurologist. Hope that helps!

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