Lyrica for Disc prolapse treatment

We have 866 consumer reports for treatment of Disc prolapse with Lyrica. Disc prolapse used in 3% of cases.

Patients statistics on Disc prolapse for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
172.12
210.91

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 10″

Average age
55
60

Lyrica Circle Diagram 28 consumers of 866 reported about Disc prolapse

  1. Colette R. Ruffner says:
    3.0 rating

    Lyrica for Syringomyelia; Disc prolapse; Fibromyalgia

    I had very good experiences in the first months with Lyrica and Tilidin, had barely noticeable negative side effects, except that unfortunately I talk more than normal. Lyrica also had an anxiety-relieving and relaxing effect on me. However, my memory bothers me a little. In the last few months, Lyrica seems strangely paradoxical in the morning, mentally I feel mentally very bad for almost 1 hour after taking it, then it improves, but it does not help as much in the morning as it did in the beginning. The analgesic effect is not as good in the morning as it was in the beginning. Strangely, the combination helps me in the evening, preferably in the afternoon but then again very well. I can hardly say anything about Actonel in the short time it takes.

    Side effects: Memory disorders
  2. Sherri T. Smith says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Pain (joint); Disc prolapse; Fibromyalgia; Pain (acute)

    I have been taking Tilidin for several years. First, I got Novaminsulfone … but did not help. After that I got Tramadol … was not effective for me either. For about 5 years I take Tilidine comp. First, normally dosed 30-30-30 …. now I’m at 70-70-70 +80 (+ sometimes at night to 80 drops) + 1Kaps.Lyrica in the morning. I get additional Lyrica for 2 months, because the effect of the drops is no longer sufficient, but occasionally get stomach pain. It works very well though. So far I have not been able to find any other side effects. Certainly I am in a certain dependence … still better than having to endure this pain on a daily basis.

    Side effects: Dependence
  3. Paul J. Fulton says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Spinal canal; Disc prolapse

    Due to two BSV I have severe pain in the arm and neck and very unpleasant shock-like shock sensations in the arm, shoulder and neck. Initially, I was prescribed Valoron (drops), Celebrex and Tetrazepam. Only then could I move normally, the pain was practically gone. After my liver values of the many drugs had increased greatly, was switched to Lyrica. I now take 75mg in the morning / noon and 150mg in the evening. About two hours after taking it, I became so tired the first few days that I fell asleep sitting down despite heavy coffee. Over time, fatigue has become less, but not completely gone. The pain and especially the electric shock in the arm have become much better or little more since I take the Lyrica, it can really shut off the pain but not. Somehow you do not feel the pain so bad on Lyrica even though he is still there. Unfortunately I have gained almost 10 kilos since I take it. Must force me to just a bit more sporting activity, which is quite difficult for me by the constant exhaustion.

    Side effects: Increase in weight; Fatigue
  4. Mary R. Curtis says:
    5.0 rating

    Lyrica for Disc prolapse

    I was prescribed Lyrica for panic attacks and general mental misperceptions. The neurologist said from the beginning that the medication for these complaints was unconventional, but he had the best experience with it. I have been taking Lyrica for 10 days now and the panic or depression has subsided. I was extremely surprised that they also help my back (3-fold herniated disc) best, because the muscles are much more relaxed and I am able to move wonderfully despite the pain, also the pain is somehow perceived as incidental. I hardly feel any side effects, at first I was dizzy and I was very tired. This has happened since the 3rd day. Fortunately, no weight gain so far.

    Side effects: Dizziness; Fatigue
  5. Linda B. Hou says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Arthrosis; Disc prolapse; Neuralgia

    Hello, I take now for the second time Lyrica because of the strongest nerve pain in chron. progressive lumbar spine syndrome, osteochondrosis, spondylolisthesis, sliding vertebrae, arthrosis in the range L4-S1. What bothers me the most is that I do not want to increase the dose and the 150 mg a day does not help me anymore. I torture myself from one day to the other, am fully employed by the way, have a lot of stress at work and could cry from 11 o’clock already, such torments I stand by every day. In addition, what torments me especially, not only the pain, no, during sex once a week I am now also totally unhappy, because I experience almost no orgasm anymore. It is so that stroking, etc. makes me very relaxed and makes me feel like it, but when it comes time, I just can not get to the climax and I am sadly sad about that. If only the Lyrica would dampen my pain, but that would not. What should I do? Actually, I would have to stiffen the vertebra L5 / S1, but before that I’m still backwards, since I’m only 54 years old and I’m just afraid that the pain afterwards is not better and I still need to Tabl. Nehemn.

    Side effects: Ineffectiveness; Libido loss