Can I Have One Drink With Lyrica 75mg Day

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Tootsie Says:

I do not want anything to happen if I have a drink when we go out for dinner as I am on 75 mg of Lyrica twice a day

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Tootsie Says:

Please tell me if I can have a drink when I go for dinner as I am on Lyrica 75mg twice a day as I have neuropothy and arthritis through my body and I am going for physical Therapy for my balance

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Verwon Says:

It is always best to abstain from alcohol, when taking a prescription medication, according to the FDA, because it may worsen the side effects, because it can worsen the side effects, which may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and drowsiness.

However, if your doctor approves of your imbibing, please make sure that you will not be driving, or operating any heavy machinery.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Perry Says:
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I'm taking 100 mg lyrics daily for sciatica see minor result but feel Dorsey & sleepy as well as speech slurring my words plus have to think of the words

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