Trinerve L C

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chaitanya kumar B Says:
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I have back pain and my limbs get easily numb. So I went to a doctor who prescribed me trinerve lc. Is it a correct prescription? I am getting slight blood in my nose due to rupture maybe but I noticed this only after I started the course of trinerve lc. Does it have any side effects?

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Verwon Says:
The only actual medication contained in Trinerve is Pregabalin, which is an anticonvulsant that's also been proven to help with certain types of nerve pain.

Learn more Pregabalin details here.

The rest of the active ingredients are just nutritional supplements, a vitamin V complex.

However, some B vitamins may cause some blood thinning, which could be causing your nasal problem.

Have you talked to your doctor about it, yet?

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Vijay Says:
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I have feet burning from last around 7 months can I take trinerve lc

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