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Can I use ConZip if I have a history of seizures?

If you have a history of seizures, your doctor may not want to prescribe ConZip (tramadol) for you. Seizures are a potential side effect of ConZip, which is used to provide around-the-clock relief from moderate to moderately severe pain. People who have epilepsy, a history of seizures or other risk factors for convulsions may be most vulnerable to experiencing seizures while taking ConZip. Make sure your doctor knows about your seizure history; he or she may want to find another pain-relief drug for you.

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