Pregabalin Mecobalamin

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yinkoos Says:


I use pregabalin for diabetic neuropathy but it is also a wonder drug for frozen shoulder. Infact I could not sleep at night due to pain on my shoulder but pregabalin blocks that pain.



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David Says:

I think it's great you found a medication that kills two birds with one stone! Mecobalamin or Vitamin B12 is supposed to be great for neuropathic related conditions, so I'd say you are on the right track in so far as taking this with pregabalin.

If you don't mind me asking, what type of diabetes are you battling (type 1 or 2)? I would strongly recommend looking up info on the scientific evidence that Diabetes type 2 is caused by an excess of fat (not sugar) in the bloodstream, which then causes unstable blood glucose levels, an over-production of insulin, 
and an over-working of the pancreas.

It has also been shown in this regard that a low fat raw vegan diet can reverse and cure type 2 diabetes. I urge you to check out some research on it if this applies to you. Just wanted to share :)

I hope this helps!

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