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Who should take carbamazepine?

People who suffer from epilepsy, trigeminal neuralgia, or bipolar disorder may be prescribed carbamazepine. The drug is an anticonvulsant that can help block nerve impulses. Regardless of the condition being treated, carbamazepine should only be taken as your doctor prescribes.

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