Lyricacv Pregabalin

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what is this medicine used for?
I think it's for pain, but not sure.



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alice fox Says:

Yes I use no Lyrica anymore, i sleep the whole day i have CRPS =RSD a very bad illness spread about my whole body with burningpain neuropatic pain, but i was very sick ana many with me in the netherlands from Lyrica, also Neurontin do not helped me, I use synthetic morphine/ buprophene. on a patch, 2 in four days !!
It is succesfulley for me, now fentanyl =durogesic but Much Mineral Magnesium oxide 2500mg
and TCA tryptizol= nerve pain and Propanolol = Inderal by migraine and 8 Paracetamol .

No Lyrica , it is very bad and suffer with weightloosse and i walk now after this story-

!hai, I forgot something very important for painpatients like me, but also bij depressions etc

I meditate since 2002 and wirh the books from Jon Kabatt Zin

a american boedist, the boedistic way is the zen methode and it's works very good by painrelief !!!!!!!

I advise everyone, i am 47 years old and my whole life stands in illness and operations, from child as 7 with my open hart operation etc etc, yes i have terrible traumatic
experiences from hospitals and docters and operations. Yes i have CRPS you can read about it it is the international name for RSD in Netherlands PD.

But mindfullness thinking is the only way, i meditate 30 minutes a day, bodyscan,through youre body concentrate and learn NO THINKING, I do not trow my feelings away, no it is the way it is.

I really can much with my mind and
the book from Jon Kabatt Zin

mediation by Pain and stress reduction!!

really believe me it is the only way
but, you have to learn and have dicipline, DO IT !!

It learm to breeth low in my body, very low lower, also when i am typing now, just for 3 minutes
one moment breeth in and slow out, very low, breeth in and out slow and low, down down down,....... you think not about youre breething, let it go, do not think, let it go.
I open my eyes because I sleep in hahaha, so i breeth in and out fro 2 3 times and my thoughts are coming on, let it come , and do not aware of it, let it come, it goes there own way, really it is stress -reduction and you feel you more energetic and more relaxed and warm.! in the beginning you gor a lot of thoughts and cold and warm and hot feelings, but when you daily excercise, it goes better and better,I do sit meditation on a chair, because i can not sit in a lotus on the floor, i have found a little group now in my neighbourhood since 2002 so 7 years waiting and looking for it, i am so happy and i live better than ever with my CRPS in my whole body!! I am rich, no mony at all and live from social serves, but i am very rich at my thoughts and accept my illness and all what there is, yhis is a very usefull way to mak you happy!! I am not a spiritual angel wick hhahaha, No i am very normal and not exceptional spiritual, it is for everyone, Believe me, you got better from it !! Buy tapes and read about it ! mindfullness thinking!!

Google Jon Kabtt Zin

http:/­/­www.mindfulnesstapes.com/­author.html

my best regards els vos


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Roy Says:

Pregabalin (INN) (pronounced /prgæbln/) is an anticonvulsant drug used for neuropathic pain and as an adjunct therapy for partial seizures with or without secondary generalization in adults. It has also been found effective for generalized anxiety disorder and is (as of 2007) approved for this use in Europe. It was designed as a more potent successor to Gabapentin. Pregabalin is marketed by Pfizer under the trade name Lyrica.

To read more about this medication, you can also see:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Lyrica/­

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