Lyrica Vs Gabapentin, Do They Have The Same Ingredients

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amy Says:
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I've been taking Lyrica for nerve pain and also for opiate withdrawal. But I don't like Lyrica so I'm thinking of going back to Gabapentin. I just want to know whether 300mg of Gabapentin could possibly work for me?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Amy! How are you?

No, Lyrica contains the active ingredient Pregabalin. They are both anticonvulsants that have been shown to help with certain types of nerve pain and some mood disorders, but they are different substances.

The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood swings and weight gain.

Only your doctor can decide if it may help you and what the appropriate dosage would be.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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Lilly Marie Says:
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I have lupus, fibromyalgia, Ra and OA I take 300 milligrams of Gabapentin three times a day with my oxycodone 10mg for the rest of my pains that I have. It works perfectly well for me. they wanted to put me on the Lyrica but after watching my husband's grandfather on it and the mood swings and just all the craziness that went on with that medication I told my ra doctor I did not want to be on that medication. The best combination that I have found for me that works is my gabapentin 300 milligrams 3 times a day, Diclofenac 75mg 2 times a day for inflammation and my oxycodone 10mg 4 times a day if needed Lyrica is just such a scary drug and I honestly hope you're doing okay on it and I really hope you changed just for you and your family. But that's just my experience in my opinion

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Gabbie Says:

Is gabapentin morphine based ? I am new to this pill, i got it for severe osteoarthritis pain.
I believe it is helping but i need to drive every day, would i be breaking the law ?




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Maro Keleshian Says:
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Re: Lilly Marie (# 2)

I had and still till now very bad experience with lyrica75mg, i was prescribed by my Dr. For spinal cord severe pain. I'll ask you to che k about lyrica side effects in web.


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Suryabhan Says:
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thalamic

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Nancy Says:
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Avoid LYRICA at ALL costs! It is a toxic drug that does more harm than good - especially long-term and years after stopping it. BEWARE!

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