Lyrica for Post-traumatic stress disorder treatment

We have 866 consumer reports for treatment of Post-traumatic stress disorder with Lyrica. Post-traumatic stress disorder used in 0% of cases.

Patients statistics on Post-traumatic stress disorder for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.97
127.87

Average height in Ft
5′ 2″
5′ 6″

Average age
55
54

Lyrica Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 866 reported about Post-traumatic stress disorder

  1. Peggy R. Viens says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Post-traumatic stress disorder; Depression

    Initially treatment with Lyrica 25 mg, in the evening: fatigue, gait insecurity, blurred vision, dizziness, eyelid flutter. As soon as the unwanted side effects subsided, I increased by 25 mg in each case, then it usually occurred again the known undesirable side effects, but for a much shorter period. Most of the time my body got used to the dose increase after less than a week. After the gradual increase in the dose I am now for about 2 1/2 months to 50 mg in the evening and 25 mg in the morning and come with it without side effects. I tolerate the drug otherwise very well. During the first month Tavor was taken in parallel, which somewhat increased both the fatigue and the fluttering of the lower eyelid for about 2 weeks. After discontinuing Tavor, I can no longer detect any unwanted side effects of Lyrica.

  2. Ernie B. Ely says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Post-traumatic stress disorder; Depression

    I have tried Jatzt for 2 years many medications. The two medications help me excellent. The quality of life has increased noticeably. I have become much calmer. My long-term fear is no longer so noticeable and the angstlähmungen have declined significantly. Before I had the paralysis twice a day, now once a week. I have almost no side effects. Only my body shows me my fear yet, pulled up shoulders and altered gear and so. But phsyschich I hardly notice anything. Only the libido has risen sharply. I behave like a 20 years old. If you are already 45 and has become used to quiet days, it is annoying if there is always something exciting. Especially because of my post-traumatic stress disorder, I am very difficult to feel able to live. Then such an increased libido is funny.