The correct answer is D.
Seizure risk can be increased by certain antiarrythmics (verapamil, lidocaine, diltiazem), antibiotics (cepaholsporins, carabenems like imipenem), antidepressants (bupropion, TCAs), antineoplastics (alkylating agents like chorambucil; antimetabolites like methotrexate), antipsychotics (chlorpromazine, clozapine), mood stabilizers (lithium), and pain drugs (fentanyl, demerol, tramadol).
Also, seizure risk can be increased by illicit drug use, withdrawal from alcohol, opioids or benzodiazepines, as well as drugs that can lead to abnormal sodium and glucose levels or extreme hypertension (MAOs in combination with high tyramine foods and other antidepressants/sympathomimetics).
Source: Demmler TL. Drug-induced neurologic conditions. US Pharm. 2014;39:47-51.
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