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For joint pain and potential nerve damage due to long term anxiety and panic attacks. Internal medicine put me on 8 tablets of tramadol daily and after 9 months a new doctor seriously thinks I became dependent, so he weaned me off and prescribed x3 tablets 1 morning, 1 afternoon, 1 evening of Gabapentin. I'm 3 days into it and want to feel optimistic. Will update on progress or status. Please do the same if you have been on it for awhile. It's not a narcotic, so I feel better and no noticeable side-effects. Hope this helps. Doc was pretty good at analyzing everything about me, full blood work up and physical exam.



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Just so you know. There is a difference in dependacy and addicted. The new medication was cause you to be dependent also. If you ever stop taking this med, you will have to wean off. Many medications cause dependency, even anti depressants. I hope it helps your nerve pain, without making you too tired. Happy veterans day.

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