Lyrica for High blood pressure treatment

We have 866 consumer reports for treatment of High blood pressure with Lyrica. High blood pressure used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on High blood pressure for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
194.74
200.94

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 10″

Average age
52
60

Lyrica Circle Diagram 10 consumers of 866 reported about High blood pressure

  1. Jonas F. Norby says:
    5.0 rating

    Lyrica for Stomach protection; High blood pressure; Pain (acute)

    so far no side effects to complain, fortunately !! In addition, because of significant water retention, compression stockings, very good solution to get the water out of the leg, recommended!

    Side effects: No side effects
  2. Carmen J. Finn says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Water storages; Bipolar disorder; High blood pressure

    Unfortunately, antidepressants do not show the desired effect or only briefly. For about 4 years I react massively with water retention in the whole body. Hands, legs, feet and face are swollen early on. For about 1 year I am reacting to new drugs with acute respiratory distress, I have the feeling my legs buck at any moment and of course I am afraid of any new tablet (whether painkillers or new drug) I get every 4 weeks vitamin D and folic acid injected. I generally feel better afterwards, that is to say, I have only slight depressive moods, more drive and drive. But after every injection my tongue swells up after 10 minutes, after about half an hour I feel like I have only cotton wool in my head, my legs get heavy and I stand somehow beside me. 3 hours later, it feels like my trachea is slamming and I’m having trouble breathing. I always react quite heavily to medication, need only small doses and sometimes react paradoxically. In a psychiatric hospital, I got a spray because of lack of air during the creeping in of a drug, which should help me to be able to breathe normally again. After taking the spray I was able to breathe again, but I was also in the mania swung and totally unable to move. The whole took an hour. A nurse sat by my bed. Otherwise no one would have believed me. Now I do not know what to do about taking new medicines. I do not even dare to take a painkiller. Could there be a drug allergy?

  3. Michael J. McGuire says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for High blood pressure; Nerve damage; Pain (acute)

    About 5 months ago, in a pain clinic because of very strong side effects Oxycodone 5mg as needed and 3 -4 X daily Oxygesic 40 mg discontinued by drug withdrawal and replaced by Palexia 100mg 2X daily. If necessary, I occasionally take a Katadolon. 2 X Lyrica 150 mg I have now in the 2. Week down to 3 X 75 mg. The side effects especially the condition has become better. I do not suffer so much anymore but still under heavy sweats that weaken the whole body. But because of circulatory problems and prostate cancer, which was irradiated with success 1 ½ years ago, I have to take more medication and I am also diabetic you can not say exactly where sweating, fatigue, indigestion and pain come from. The conversion to Palexia in the pain clinic has given me a lot of quality of life. Also stretching exercises and Eisabreibungen help me and have no side effects, doctors should recommend much more often. Not only if other organs are damaged by side effects and you get another new doctor. Keeps the doctors alive but costs the health insurance and us a lot of money and the patient too early the life!

    Side effects: Muscle aches
  4. Floyd D. Jones says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Thinking disorders; High blood pressure; Paresthesia; Pain (acute); Polyneuropathie

    After about 10 days of taking Lyrica swollen legs and occasionally swollen eyes, (sometimes stinging in the kidney area) Now, after three weeks: swollen legs, highly visible dents (socks) and noticeable when walking (especially knees), swollen fingers, often shortness of breath , Heart complaints, slight nausea, indigestion Acceptable: drowsiness, rarely slight mood elevation / euphoria