Lyrica Pregabalin 75

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Ramaiah Says:

My wife got paralysis stroke on the left side of her face in May 2011 due to high BP. It was cured after hospital treatment. After one year she got post paralysis symptoms like her left eye was burning and felt painful, water discharge from nose, backside of her head felt like it was burning, right hand burning. The uneasiness from these conditions were observed everyday, every 6hrs and the suffering lasts 1hr. We have consulted so many neuro physicians and surgeons with no use. We have used Neugaba, gabarich, Trigabantin, Lyrica pregabalin. So far there's been slight improvement observed but still suffering from eye pain. Due to this, the patient is not able to sleep at night causing weakness and headache. Moreover, she is diabetic type 2 since last year and using medicine for that. She has picked up weight due to knee pain as she cannot walk for exercise. Could you suggest a solution?

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Has she been checked for Wegeners? The facial pain component and other symptoms seem to indicate this should be looked into!

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