Taking Lyrica 50mg 1 St Time How Long Should I Be Tired

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Cat Says:

I have paid for my prescription. I haven't started it. My md said to wait until I have two days off to start. So by taking lyrica 50mg 1 st time how long should i be tired?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Cat! How are you?

Being tired and drowsy is a possible side effect of taking it, but if you experience it, it will most likely occur off an on for a few weeks, not just 2 days. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, mood swings and weight changes.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Jennifer Says:

There are tons of symptoms, I actually had issues with my speech, sight and hearing and any others. You need to remember every one is different with different prod different reactions. I would suggest that you try other medications first if there are other types that could work. Do research and ask the pharmacist?

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