Pregabalin And Mecobalamin Capsules

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Bela Says:


Side effects and duration for taking it for frozen shoulder redo, etc



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pinks Says:

Will this help me with my muscular pains? My left hand is in severe pain and so is my upper back, thigh of left leg and hip on rt side. Thanks.

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Verwon Says:

Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant that's also been shown to be effective at treating certain types of nerve pain.

It's side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and weight changes.

Learn more Pregabalin details here.

Methylcobalamin is a form of vitamin B12, it is also believed to help with some types of nerve pain.

Learn more Methylcobalamin details here.

As to how long you should take it, that is something that only you and your doctor can decide. Have you tried it yet? Is it working for you?

Pinks, I am not sure what the name brand would be, where you live. Have you tried asking your doctor, or a pharmacist/chemist?

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bodiyer Says:

When Pregastar M 75 (Pregabalin + Mecobalam) is consumed for the first time, how long should it be continued?

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Tohi Says:
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My father has been taking pregabalin and mecobalamin for a long time and now has trouble with back pain... I was wondering if this problem arose due to the use of these capsules? Please reply.

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Lizzy Says:
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1. Can I take Pre-Meco and Lyrica with vitamins and cod liver oil together?

2. How long does it take a frozen shoulder & burning sensation to stop after taking Pre-Meco, Tramadol, Pregabalin & co.?

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