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Can antibiotics cause seizures in people who do not have a seizure disorder?

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Dr. Idan Sharon
Neurology
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In brief: Antibiotics and seiz

It is rare, although I have not seen or heard of any case, it is possible, whether from the organism or the antibiotic itself.

In brief: Antibiotics and seiz

It is rare, although I have not seen or heard of any case, it is possible, whether from the organism or the antibiotic itself.
Dr. Idan Sharon
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