Does Lyrica Pregabalina Have Sulfur In It

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Lady D Says:
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Does lyrica/ pregabalina have sulfur in it



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David Says:

Hi Lady D,

Based on my research, certain manufacturers of Lyrica (pregabalin) do put in a substance called "sodium lauryl sulfate"; which can bring about an allergic reaction in those with sulfa allergies.

That said, your best bet would probably be to inform your doctor and/or pharmacist about this allergy, so they can make sure they give you the proper form of Lyrica.

NOTE: post #2 in the following discussion thread may also address your concern in more depth:
Discuss/allergic-reaction-165390.htm

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Lyrica Details

I hope this info helps!

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l8r Says:

No they are not related. I wrote more at the link the previous poster linked above.

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Lost love Says:
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Re: David (# 1)

Is that the same ingredients used in antibiotics made with sulfa?

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