Lyrica Caused Re Occuring Staph Infection And Rash Along With Teeth Rot

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andrew j Says:
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I was given lyrica to treat spinal stenosis back pain and sciatica nerve damage as a result of the medication I have had A re occuring staph infection that is antibiotic resistance. Along with burning in my feet as if I was walking on fire as a result of an increase in dosage my teeth rotting is well. As a result the financial toll and weekly doctor visits to the dermatologist and creams and medicines that had no real a fact add it up tremendously. Please notify me of anyone else having these issues thank you

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Verwon Says:

A medication wouldn't cause a staph infection, that is a bacterial infection.

However, the dental issues do happen frequently with medications like this, because they can cause dry mouth as side effect. This allows bacteria to sit on the teeth far longer than it normally would, because your saliva usually washes a great deal of it away.

Learn more Lyrica details here.

Are you still taking it, or have you switched to a different medication?

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