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Pregabalin is indicated to treat diabetic nerve pain, fibromyalgia, complex partial seizures, spinal cord injury pain, but also is used to treat trigeminal neuralgia and post-herpetic neuralgia. Psychiatric problems may also be handled with this medicine. Has no significant drug-drug interactions, but may cause drowsiness, dizziness, weight ...Read more
I have taken lyrica pregabalin capsule with citicoline sodium tablets for over one year but am still having burning pains how long it takes to heal?
Burning pain: It is unclear from your question what condition is being treated and what are the dosages and if thr has been any change in the pain.. Sometimes you have to increase the dose, sometimes a different drugs from the class class is more effective in one individual. Discuss your concerns with your physician or a neurologist. ...Read more
is there any reflection between depakine chrono & lyrica ?
As i get depakine for epilepsy by 2 tablets daily & lyrica for herniated disc in back
See below: Depakene or Depakote and Lyrica (pregabalin) are both antiseizure medications. They have a different mechanism of action but both can work to calm down overactive nerves in both the brain, spinal cord and the nerves outside of the spinal cord. Both can be used for pain conditions that are caused by overactive or damaged nerves. We often use more than one together because they work differently. ...Read more
Do I have to take venlax75mg and lyrica 75mg as well, each 1 pill a day if I am diagnosed with fibromyalgia.I feel so much better.Take all my life long?
I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia 1 year ago.I tookeffexor 75 &lyrica 75 one pill a day& i felt better.Now i stopped takin lyrica but I am feelin pain?
Get back on Lyrica.: Lyrica has been shown to be effective in treating fibromyalgia pain, but usual doses are 150 mg. Three times a day. Effexor is not shown to be effective but may improve your mood. Usual doses are around 300 mg. A day. It is pretty certain that 75 mg of Effexor will not be helpful for fibromyalgia pain. You must continue to take the Lyrica to get benefit. ...Read more
What do u mean by titrating meds from lower doses.I used to take effexor&lyrica 75mg one pill/day each coz of fibromyalgia.I used 2 stop meds 3months?
Talk to doc.: It is best to speak to the prescribing physician! Lyrica is often begun at 75 mg twice daily for fibromyalgia. Effexor is often titrated, at least the xr formulation, beginning at 37.5 for one week, then 75mg for one week before further titration depending on the target dose. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I used to take Effexor and lyrica 75mg one pill each for 2years since i was diagnosed with fibromyagia.Pain is less but i ve stopped it now pain gone?
Do I have to take Effexor 75mg one pill a day &lyrica 75mg also one pill for my life long if I have fibromyalgia.Please help couldn't I have a baby .?
Integrative approach: There are many pharmacological options for fibromyalgia but an integrative approach will be better long term. Integrative approach will address your lifestyle, nutrition, sleep and stressors of life. Incorporating an active lifestyle combined with healthy diet, mind and body therapy and lowest possible doses of medication is the way to go. Of course you need to work closely with a rheumatologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lately I have my monthly period every 18 days .I s that wrong since I am taking lyrica 75 one pill& Effexor 75 one pill as well coz I have fibromyalgi?
Is there a pill that can help with my neuropathy and anxiety at the same time. I've tried Neurontin and lyrica didn't help?
It depends: It depends on what's causing your neuropathy. Sometimes older medications called "tricyclic antidepressants" can help both anxiety and neuropathy. New medications such as duloxitine and venlafaxine can also help. Finally, don't overlook behavioral techniques such as visualization exercises which can decrease pain sensitivity and also help anxiety. Hope this answer helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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