Methylcobalamin Gabapentin

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I had an attack of major depression with delussion & panic phobia some 16 years back. Treated by psychiatrist who prescbed different drugs on different ocassiona. Lastly i was under OLANZAPINE 5mg &FLUXETINE 20mg for last 8 years.But it was gradually making me drowsy & concentrationless Iwas getting blunt & gradually becoming incable of performing official work at which iwas very comfortable earlier ,
This compelled me to take advice of another psychiatrist in april 09. He took the case history and told me that i was solong taking wrong meicines. He prescribed me PAROXITINE 40 mg once daily at bed time. Excluding some initial headachs i was fine and was free from earier symptoms. But suddenly after 2 months of stating paroxitine 40mg a peculiar symptom crepy in. Istarted to feel an electri like shock intermittently passing throgh my head to feet. Iconsulted my doctor who advised me to take additionally BUPRON300mg inthe morn. & FRISIUM10mg inthe evening but of no avail. Now on 2day's consultation he has advised to take GABAPENTIN300mg& METYLCOBALAMIN 500mgafter dinner along withmethycobal 500mg twice daily inaddition to PARAXITINE 40mg after dinner.
Now can you conferm whether the medicine prescribed are commensurate with my problems?
Regards and awaiting very prompt and judicious advice.
A. CHAKRABORTY



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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but this site is not medical professionals and even if we were, based on the limited information you posted, we could not possibly guess as what would be an appropriate treatment for you.

When deciding how to treat a condition, your doctor must take many factors into consideration.

I can, however, tell you about your current medications and what they are used for, I will post them separately to avoid confusion.

Gabapentin is an anticonvulsant medication that has also been shown effective to treat certain types of nerve pain.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and constipation.

You can read more here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Gabapentin/­

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Verwon Says:

Methylcobalamin is a vitamin B12 supplement, some people who are deficient in this vital nutrient suffer nerve pain, so it is often prescribed as an adjunct to help treat it.

You can read more on it here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Methylcobalamin/­

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Verwon Says:

Paroxetine is an SSRI antidepressant, that is also used to treat some forms of anxiety and panic attacks.

Common side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, headache and drowsiness.

You can read more on it here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Paroxetine/­

These are all commonly prescribed to treat the symptoms you've described.

Is there anything else I can help you with?

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