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Had seizures. On oxetol. Safe to use for someone who was a drinker previously?

Hi , I am 25 Yrs old women..i had a seizure 15 days back after which i got my MRI done and got to know tat i have a neurocstycercosis..i am on oxetol 300 during day and 450 during night along with frisum 5mg..i use to drink quite often in a week as i am into business and use to end up drinking with business parties and ever since ive got to know this and ive been on medicines i havent been my worry is oxetol good for someone who use to drink 2 or 3 times a week..and tat if i have some like a beer occasionally will it effect me ??
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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There is not direct link between oxetol and drinking. It is good that you have not been drinking since the diagnosis. In general drinking is not good for a person who had seizures. Alcohol can increase your predisposition to have seizures. The seizures are caused by abnormal neuronal electrical activity and alcohol can increase that electrical excitability. I would advice you to stay away from alcohol.
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Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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