What drugs are common causes of seizures
Prescription medications leading to seizures include bupropion and clozapine, which both lower seizure threshold.
Drugs causing seizures at toxic levels include penicillin, lidocaine, aminophylline, and isoniazid.
Drug withdrawal may cause seizures, particularly with barbiturates and benzodiazepines.
Drugs of abuse causing seizures include cocaine and amphetamines.
Marijuana has not been shown to cause seizures.
Alcohol may also cause seizures, both in excess and with withdrawal.