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No, this should not cause seizures or any other problems
While large amounts of alcohol is not safe with a history of seizures but small amounts that too occasional use should not be of any concern.
Gabapentin can cause sedation, and alcohol too being a sedative so if you take in large amount then you may experience excessive sedation but just a glass of alcoholic drink should not be any concern
Once again I reassure you, a small amount of alcohol like this should not precipitate any seizures and also no major or serious interactions are expected between small amount of alcohol and gabapentin, so you are safe and please not to be scared.
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Hi, have you had a chance to go through the answer I had posted above earlier? I once again reassure you the above mentioned situation should not precipitate any seizures and also serious or major interactions are not expected by alcohol with gabapentin since you had consumed only a small amount of alcohol.
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