Gabapentin 600 Mg X 4 Daily

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Will Says:
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They have me on gabbapentin 600 mg 3 times a day (1200mg at bed time). So a total of 2400mg daily for bipolar and anxiety. I've become heavier in weight and impotent. Are these side effects and should I be taking anything else with it? Gabapentin works well but these side effects are making me not want to take it.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Will! How are you?

Yes, those can be side effects of this medication, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience dry mouth, dizziness, mood swings and headache.

There isn't really anything you 'should' be taking with it, prescribing anything is entirely up to your doctor.

How long have you been taking it?

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goozer Says:
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ROSE (# 2) --

correct only the activas by teva green tablet r636 are the only decent ones made in america that work well other than greenstone made in the states as well work. all others are garbage imo. only take fill with activas greens which are the only green tablets or greenstone white tablets. all others are made out the states and cause severe headaches and stomach issues and do not work nearly like the activas teva r636. took me forever to find them cause they are so low on stock on this generic. after a day worth of calls and looking i was able to find them in one of the wealthiest towns in my city at a walmart. amd i dont deal with cvs walmart or walgreens they just dont care of nor go out their way for their consumers and patients. i was lucky to find the green activas r636s. greenstone is also a great choice but s white tablet like most generics and easy to mix up with a crappy one but yes only fill with greenstone and that if u absolutely cannot find the green activas by teva r636 ones. God bless!

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