Gabapentin for Sleep disorders treatment

We have 253 consumer reports for treatment of Sleep disorders with Gabapentin. Sleep disorders used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Sleep disorders for Gabapentin


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Gabapentin Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 253 reported about Sleep disorders

  1. John A. Landrum says:
    2.5 rating

    Gabapentin for Sleep disorders

    I took this medication for my constant insomnia and severe restlessness in the dialysis chair, it was particularly bad here because I am not very mobile during dialysis, here I have tried to compensate for this tremendous inner rest pressure by constantly moving the legs, which unfortunately did not work. The physical strain was enormous, the pressure barely sustainable, and it sometimes happened that I stopped dialysis to run back and forth in the corridor. Now I have another appointment with a specialist to try to solve my problems.

    Side effects: No side effects
  2. Ronald A. Rodriquez says:
    3.0 rating

    Gabapentin for Sleep disorders; Disc prolapse; Pain (chronic)

    When morphine I have no problems with the conversion. By lyrica on gabapentin, however, strong conversion problems. Exclusion and pustules on the skin, associated with itching. Syneudon after taking a strong feeling of fatigue and in the morning a very strong tongue.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  3. Florence J. Pittard says:
    4.0 rating

    Gabapentin for Sleep disorders; Pain (chronic)

    I am a border liner and have been in inpatient treatment for a very long time. In addition, I have chronic pain since a herpes zoster disease. I take: 150 saroten, 10000 gabapentin (I know that is a lot, actually, the maximum dose would be fixed at 3700) 150 Voltaren dispers, 400 Tramal, 300 Seroquel, 15 Zopiclone, 2 Pantozol … this is my solid medication, need medicine (eg Tavor) not included. All these medicines now cause me extreme stomach pains – I’ve had stomach ulcers a few years ago. Especially the Volatren and probably the Gabapentin also go to my stomach. But since I take it for a very long time and there are really many different tablets, I can not say exactly. From the Seroquel I have extremely increased, but need it for rest on the evening. Zopiclone is an indispensable sleeping drug for me, but when I try to leave it out I realize that I get withdrawal symptoms, not surprising after the years of taking in. However, I did not have to dose it high, I take the 2 tablets constantly and can therefore sleep relatively well. Saroten has also caused me to gain weight. The advantage is that I am a little sedated with the help of the Saroten during the day and so calmed down.