Cymbalta And Lyrica

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Alway Faithful Says:


I am currently taking 600mg Lyrica and 60 mg Cymbalta. 10 mg Tramadol as needed. How long does someone have to stay on Lyrica for FM, DDD, Stenosis, Pain Management (from MVA 30 year old Cervical & Back Injuries).



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Verwon Says:

There is really no set time that anyone has to stay on it, per se, it's really dependent on how well it works for you and what you and your doctor decide is right and safest for you.

Has it been helping your pain? Are you experiencing any problematic side effects?

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Always Faithful Says:

Its seems to be working. They got me up to 600mg per day. Weight gain is scaring me as I have always been thin.
I do get the electric buzz'es up my neck if you know what I mean. (Like Gabapentin).

Will I have to take this for life?

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