New Doctor Can Stop My Prescription Of Pre-gablin

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tony new Says:
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iv very recently changed doctor's due to moving. can my new doctor stop my prescription 600mg of pre-gablin?



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Dee Says:

I don't know why he would. This is an anti-convulsant medication that was found to help diabetic nerve pain. Strange. Ask him why.

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