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I am suffering from peripheral neuropathy in the legs for which Pregabalin75 is prescribed one per day.Is this OK and if so for how long should I take this drug and what are the side effects ?

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Verwon Says:

Yes, Pregabalin is commonly used to treat many types of nerve pain.

As to how long you should take it, only you and your doctor can decide that, but it is not a cure and most neuropathy will require some type of treatment all the time.

Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and blurred vision.

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kumar Says:

As per the Doctor,s advise I took Pregabalin 75. After taking one capsule I developed severe dizziness so I stopped the drug. But the effect has not disappeared even after 10 days

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davidb Says:

My experience with Pregabalin 75 has been very positive. 70 year old male with post herpetic neuralagia in lower left leg. After 30 days treatment of 75mg per day, the condition has been much eased and only minimal side effects (dizziness) experienced for a few days about a week into the treatment. Also seems to have had a significant positive effect on my emotional and psychological state. This contrary to a prior course of gabapentine which was pretty disastrous in its effects.

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can we take alcohol after or before PREGABALIN 75

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Joseph Says:
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I continued to have pains in my legs after surgery. I was put on pregabalin 75 for a period of three years now but as soon as the medicine finishes the pain starts again please what can I do?

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