Cold Or Flu Like Symptoms After Using Neurotin

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Barau Says:


In 2003, I was given Neurotin to use for a period of six months. Shortly after starting taking the drug, I developed a cold/flu symptom. I had a terrible running nose and the nose was always blocked. I was breathing through the mouth. Now, even after completing the dose over the six months period, the cold/flu is still persisting. It is almost four years now. My nose is always running, sometimes I finished a roll of tissue paper in a day. The nose is always stuffy and blocked, forcing to breath through the mouth. I also devloped constipation symptom. I persistently pass gas through the mouth, an average of once every one and half minutes. Please if there is anybody who had similar exerience with me should kindly let me know how he/she resolved these conditions. My e-mail address is {edited for privacy}. Please treat as something urgent.



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Verwon Says:

Since you have been off of Neurontin for so long, it is highly unlikely that this was caused by taking it. It sounds more like you have developed allergies to something you are using or something in your environment.

I would recommend speaking to your doctor about this, they can recommend or prescribe stuff that you can safely try, and if it resolves the issue, you will have your answer.

As to the burping, that is normal if you breathe through your mouth a lot, due to a stuffy nose, or sinusitis, because you swallow a lot of air, since you cannot take it in through your nose when drinking or eating.

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