Pregab M 75

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hi, pls let me know pregeb m 75 is right medicine for me iam getting burning sensation in the chest and and both hands while sleeping, doctor adviced me to take Pregeb m 75 in the morning .

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Verwon Says:
Pregab-M contains the active ingredients Pregabalin and Methylcobalamin.

The Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant that has also been shown to be effective at helping with certain types of nerve pain.

Methylcobalamin is a B vitamin that has long been believed to help with certain types of neuropathy that causes pain, as well.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and dizziness.

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AAMondal Says:
I had similar problem in my right thigh burning sensation (lumbness) & no-sensivity in that area. I got treated with famous skin & nuro doctors who gave me medicines related to nerve pain etc which was temporarily useful but later on problem was not solved. Then I started with Kerala Ayurvedic. I am taking medines for almost 9 months & 85% of my problem is over. Doc advised to continue 12-15 months & I am hopeful.

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A K PAUL Says:
Doctor advice me to take PREGEB M OD 75 for shoulder pain.I am feeling drousiness.Is it good for health or not?

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Verwon Says:
Bharat, only a doctor can best advise your uncle on appropriate treatment options.

The Rejunex-OD is just a nutritional supplement, which contains folic acid, methycobalamin, alpha lipioc acid and vitamin B6. it is often given to those who suffer pain, because a lack of these vital nutrients has been shown to sometime cause or aggravate such conditions.

The Pregab-M contains Pregabalin and Methylcobalamin and, as I said in my first post, the Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant that has also been shown to help with nerve pain.



He does, however, have to make sure that he doesn't take more than his doctor has prescribed, because too much of the Methylcobalamin, which is a form of vitamin B 12, can be just as dangerous as not having enough of it.

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Ashok Roy Says:
Doctor advice my mother age 56 yrs. to take PREGEB M OD 75 & MATILDA FORTE at night after diner for shoulder pain.MY MATHER feeling drousiness, headache and very weakness or filling vomiting .Is it good for health ? please advice me as soon as possible. thankx.

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Verwon Says:
Ashok, has she consulted her doctor, again?

The Pregeb-M contains Pregabalin and Methylcobalamin and the Matilda Forte is a nutritonal supplement that also contains Methylcobalamin, along with several other nutrients and high amounts of these have been known to cause nausea and vomiting in some people. Therefore, it might be too much for her to take.

The other problems she is having are probably from the Pregabalin and should taper off, in a few weeks, as her body adjusts to the medication.



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Mansi Says:
I was diagnosed with Herpes Zoster the doctor gave advised me to take Valcivir 1000 along with Preega M75 but since the hospital did not have Preega they gave me Pregeb M75. After taking it for 4 days I started getting numbness in my right arm, little and ring finger. Is this normal? Was Pregeb M75 the right substitute? Was PreegaM75 the right medicine to give in the first place?

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