Cares In Using Neugaba M75

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I have been a diabetic and am a heart patient having three cypher stents implanted in 2003. Now I am sixty eight years old. I had served defence production for thirty five years having a life of extreme stress & tension. For the last four years I am away from active life. During sleep I feel cramps occasionally. I am regularly taking Clopidogrel, aspirin, prostratin and medicines fro hypertension. I have been advised to take Neuraba M75 regularly for a period of six months in addition to Vitamin D3 and anti acidity drugs. I would be grateful to know how Neuraba M75 is going to help me. I am a CGHS member and getting medicines from them where doctors prescribe the medicines but don't tell the details of taking them and precautions etc.whatsoever.

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Verwon Says:

The Naugaba-M was prescribed for the cramping?

That doesn't really make any sense, because it's for helping with nerve pain. The active drug ingredient in it is Pregabalin, which is an anticonvulsant that can help with nerve pain.

Learn more Pregabalin details here.

But it really does nothing to help with muscle spasms.

Where does the cramping occur, are they leg cramps?

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Yes. Cramp occurs in the lower part of the legs ,mostly in left leg and that too early in the morning . Some where I have read that dehydration also causes leg cramps and accordingly I have increased water intake during night hours but still it is there although I find it reduced .

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