Gabapentin for High blood pressure treatment

We have 253 consumer reports for treatment of High blood pressure with Gabapentin. High blood pressure used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on High blood pressure for Gabapentin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
196.21
245.82

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 8″

Average age
72
69

Gabapentin Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 253 reported about High blood pressure

  1. Charles R. Densmore says:
    4.0 rating

    Gabapentin for High blood pressure; Rls

    Of the 10 different medications I take, only 3 are associated with side effects. Gabapentin: constipation u. Increase in weight Ramiclair: Increase in blood sugar level (long-term value) Tramal: At first, nausea

  2. Laura M. Howes says:
    4.5 rating

    Gabapentin for High blood pressure; Rls; Polyneuropathie

    Since I take so many different medications, I can not describe the effect exactly. All I can say is that in the morning, in the evening or at night, I have constant tingling in both feet, burning in my legs, cramps in my calves, toes, feet. I can sleep about 3-4 hours at night, unfortunately not possible for a long time and this is also noticeable on my nervous system. Unfortunately, the doctors have tried everything, but no success. Sometimes it is unbearable.

    Side effects: Sleeping problems
  3. Ernest I. Louis says:
    3.0 rating

    Gabapentin for High blood pressure; Rls; Pain (chronic)

    For more than four years I suffer from chronic back and joint pain. It is thought that I suffer from fibromyalgia, because my x-rays show only signs of aging and mild osteoporosis. I have consulted tens of doctors. And I feel like the conceited patient. But my pain has been there for years! Now I have received Novaminsulfone. The drug helps but only briefly. It causes difficulty falling asleep, diarrhea, twitching, and irritability. For a while I got tilidine. That made me addicted, with the result that I went to a clinic for four weeks for withdrawal. I would like a strong, more effective remedy without the sch … side effects and no consequences of dependence.