The Difference Between Gabapentin Apo And Gabapentin San

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Solid Orange Cap with large E94 on gabapentin SAN 400 mg. Gabapentin APO 400 mg is a white on one end and orange color on other end. They are used for nerve pain



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payme Says:

I think it's just the different drug company put I wil tell u when i went from 400mg of the APO kind which was a cap then went 2 800mgs the were'nt they were big horse pills and and 400 worked better. But I swear by Lyrica over the gagapentin any day.

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Pete Says:
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I take 6 / 300 mg of gabapentine and also gaba supplement per day.
Is that to much?

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Verwon Says:

The only difference is the manufacturer, but the medication and its actions are the same. This medication is used to prevent seizures, and to treat certain types of nerve pain. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, mood swings, and weight changes.

Pete, has your doctor told you to take that much?

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