Gabapentin And Hormones

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Enna Says:
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I am taking gabapentin 100mg at night for CRPS2.
After two weeks I had awful side effects.
So, I after discussing w my doctor; I am taking gabapentin during my menstrual cycle as this makes my disability worse.
But right after my cycle I got pms bad. Pain and vomiting.
Does gabapentin effect hormones?



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Verwon Says:

Most medications can affect your hormones, according to FDA reports, so your menstrual cycle might change, and you may bleed more, or less than normal. The length of your cycle may also change.

Are you on any other medications?

Antidepressants are one of the worse for causing such issues, according to NIH studies.

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Enna Says:
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No. No I am not taking any other medications.
And since it is suppose to be out of my system by morning, I don't understand why it effects me so badly.

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