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Is there one medication that can replace lyrica, (pregabalin) lortab, and my pain patches?

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Dr. Norman Marcus
Pain Management
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In brief: No

Each drug has a seaprate mechanism of action.
Lortab a strong morphine like pain killer-hydrocodone combined with Acetaminophen (tylenol); Lyrica (pregabalin) an anticonvulsant medication (pregabilin), and your pain patches could be a local anesthetic (lidoderm), a non steroidal anti inflammatory (flectorpatch) or another morphine like drug (fentanyl patch); no single drug will have all those actions.

In brief: No

Each drug has a seaprate mechanism of action.
Lortab a strong morphine like pain killer-hydrocodone combined with Acetaminophen (tylenol); Lyrica (pregabalin) an anticonvulsant medication (pregabilin), and your pain patches could be a local anesthetic (lidoderm), a non steroidal anti inflammatory (flectorpatch) or another morphine like drug (fentanyl patch); no single drug will have all those actions.
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Dr. James Marx
Pain Management

In brief: Probably Not

These meds all address different functions.
An alternative might be aggressive physical therapy geared to your specific situation.

In brief: Probably Not

These meds all address different functions.
An alternative might be aggressive physical therapy geared to your specific situation.
Dr. James Marx
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