Question: Are there medications that cause eye twitching?
Answer: There are several medications that cause eye twitching as a side effect. Some SSRI drugs have been reported as having eye twitches as a side effect although it isn’t usually listed on the drug information sheets. Other medications that might cause eye twitches as a side effect include Demecarium Bromide, Humorsol, Phenytoin, Neurontin, and Benzodiazepines. There are likely many more possibilities so consult with your doctor if you’re taking a medication and have started experiencing eye twitches.
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