FAQ'S - Pregabalin

How does pregabalin medication work?

Pregabalin works by targeting nerve signals and alters the way they send messages to the brain. It decreases the number of pain signals sent out by damaged nerves. The pill changes the body's reaction to a specific condition thatultimately leads to the successful elimination of pain.

What is this medicinal treatment used for?

This medication is primarily used to treat neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia and epilepsy. What is pregabalin used forwhen it comes to anxiety? This medication is effective for the treatment of disorders like generalised anxiety disorder (GAD).

What is the recommended dosage instruction?

The common starting dose of this medication is between 150mg to 600mg per a day. The doseshould be split into two or three separate doses. The dose can be increased or decreased according to the condition being treated and the patient's response to treatment.

Do I need to worry about interactions with other medications?

As with any medication, interactions are possible, however,pregabalin can be taken in conjunction with mild pain relievers like ibuprofen, paracetamol and aspirin as well as medications used to treat onset seizures.

How long do I need to take it for?

The pill usually shows noticeable results in 2 to 4 weeks and the treatment is suitable for short and long-term use.

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Pregabalin 300mg (Lyrica)

Pregabalin or Lyrica is a Gabapentinoid medication used to treat anxiety, epilepsy, fibromyalgia and restless leg syndrome.