Use Of Pregabalin Methylcobalamin For Controlling Pin Prickings

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Raj Sharma Says:


Lot of cases suffering from atypical viral fever on recovery suffer from pin pricks due to destruction of platelets/mast cell not relievedby any medication, find some relief with pregabalin.

REquest provide more info on mechanism of action to help thousands of patients.
Dr. Raj Sharma



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ashwin mori Says:

What is the role/ mode of action of both pregabalin +methylcobalamin in epilepsy

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