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Cymbalta and Lyrica
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I am currently taking 600mg Lyrica and 60 mg Cymbalta. 10 mg Tramadol as needed. How long does someone have to stay on Lyrica for FM, DDD, Stenosis, Pain Management (from MVA 30 year old Cervical & Back Injuries). ## There is really no set time that anyone has to stay on it, per se, it's really dependent on how well it works for you and what you and your doctor decide is right and safest for you. Has it been helping your pain? Are you experiencing any problematic side effects? ## Its seems to be working. They got me up to 600mg per day. Weight gain is scaring me as I have always been thin. I do get the electric buzz'es up my neck if you know what I mean. (Like Gabapentin). Will I have to take this for life? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lyrica.
Tue, Mar 06 '12, 12:20 PM
Lyrica Has Seriously Impaired My Mind... Memory loss
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Lyrica Has Seriously Impaired My Mind And Damaged My Parotid Gland. After only 2 and 1/2 weeks on it (for neurogenic pain and spasms from spine injuries lumbar spine and cervical spine): First day after taking it, "buzzing electrical nerve symptoms" some better, but pain was still very much there. Dizzy, stumbling... Dizziness decreased after a few days (never stopped, always present when first arising from sleep). During those 2 and 1/2 weeks that I took Lyrica, I have gained 10 lbs (have not lost it) had extreme dry mouth (still dryer than pre-Lyrica), got tangled up, as in "lost" in my clothes when dressing, tangled in my seat belt when getting in and out of car and tangled in my purse straps ... all the time... Was (still am) constantly reversing words (I say "up... ...
Updated 14 days ago in Lyrica.
Fri, Nov 10 '17, 2:29 AM
pfuer pgn 75 capsule
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pfuer pgn 75 capsule ## This is Lyrica 75mgs, Pregabalin. It is used to relieve certain types of nerve pain as well as to help prevent epileptic seizures. ## I take them just to get a good buzz on whoo hoo,,, ## is pfuer pgn 75 a pain killer? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Lyrica.
Mon, Dec 29 '08, 1:05 PM
Love/hate relationship with savella
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I started taking savella in place if Lyrica because of the side effects I was having from Lyrica. Terrible memory, weight gain, swelling in hands and face, feeling goofy and unable to concentrate. Also, not able to sleep. The savella seemed to give me back my life. I slept all night the first night. That hadden happened in twelve years, without rx sleep med. my osteoarthritis was significantly better. My mood was better. I told the doctor that she gave me back my life! Now I have been on it for two months. I started experiencing several hot flashes a day with terrible sweats. Thought it was just menopause. Now my blood pressure is high, my heart is flip flopping in my chest and causes me to cough. My resting heart rate is constantly between 85-110. My ears are ringing and buzzing terrib... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Savella.
Mon, Jan 14 '13, 1:46 PM
A year of hell from Lyrica
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Hi. I've been on lyrica for about a year. I started having zaps in my head, dizzy spells, blacking out, pressure in head, buzzing in my ear, memory loss, loss of balance and more. I've had many tests, ct, mri, eeg, 2x spinal taps. I thought I had ms and have been so scared not knowing what's wrong. In july I got into a bad accident and took out a telephone poll in my jetta. By the grace of god I survived with minor injury. It cut through the engine and stopped at my windshield. My symptoms have been getting worse. A few weeks ago I fell asleep, well passed out and my daughter couldn't wake me up, slapping me and I still didn't move. My balance and loss of memory is severe. My neuro dr has checked me for seizures although I found out it's actually a seizure medici... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Lyrica.
Sun, Apr 30 '17, 5:00 AM

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