Lyrica for Pain (neuropathic) treatment

We have 866 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (neuropathic) with Lyrica. Pain (neuropathic) used in 4% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pain (neuropathic) for Lyrica


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Lyrica Circle Diagram 31 consumers of 866 reported about Pain (neuropathic)

  1. Ruby C. Staley says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Amputation; Pain (neuropathic)

    I took 75 mg Lyrica daily for about 1 year. The drowsiness and drowsiness has swollen quite quickly at the beginning, basically it did not matter, because I had a flu virus at the beginning of the intake anyway and was sick in bed. After about 1-2 weeks I was able to drive again without restriction, go to work and do sports. The depth of sleep was more and better in the year. I have only gained about 2 pounds. Concerning pain, Lyrica did not help at all with violent attacks during this dorsing. However, it helped very well with the neuropathic misperceptions. But since the violent attacks of pain occur only when something else in the body is in trouble (infections or the like, because that’s just a few inflammations are too much) and that does not happen daily, I decided to stop Lyricas. If you only have pain every few weeks, Lyrica is actually nonsense.

  2. Francisco M. Ortega says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Pain (neuropathic)

    Hi, I also take Lyrica against my pain. Have all other meds through and nothing helps, except lyrica, but unfortunately only a little. I also took morphine, which helped zero. I even took oxycodone, but it did not help either. Take now only 2 x 300 mg of lyrica, but I was even on 2 x 600 daily. The only thing that helped very well was satire (pharmacy-made thc in odol mouth spoke form). Unfortunately, I do not get any more, because in Germany only multiple sclerosis patients get it, so they live with the pain, in good German words. lg

    Side effects: No side effects
  3. Antonio M. Baggs says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Pain (back); Pain (neuropathic)

    I have been suffering from chronic back pain for about 3 years (pain is: constant, punctiform on the right side of the spine, not dependent on movement, not breath-dependent); As my pain grew steadily stronger, I decided to take an outpatient pain therapy: there I was placed on Fentanyl Plaster; for acute pain I have Sevredol 10mg plus Lyrica 25mg; Now I’m almost painless and can actively participate in life again; Side effects: itching, sweating, nausea, skin reactions, circulatory problems in heat).

  4. Yvette B. Fowler says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Pain (neuropathic)

    Positive side effects: I slept very well every time. Increased hunger also occurred. Negative Side Effects: Disorientation, sometimes I did not know if I’m in the clinic or at home, especially after awakening, where am I actually? The legs became soft as if you had drunk too much alcohol. Nosebleeds and short-term depression. Ingestion: months