Lyrica for Social phobia treatment

We have 866 consumer reports for treatment of Social phobia with Lyrica. Social phobia used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Social phobia for Lyrica


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Lyrica Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 866 reported about Social phobia

  1. Lois D. Booe says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Borderline; Social phobia; Nerve damage; Depression

    I used to take Doxepin 100mg in the evening, so I was finally able to sleep again, but was tired and impotent the next day. Although I gained three kilos, which was quite desirable because I also suffered from an eating disorder, the depression could only be moderated a little. But there was no more suicide attempt. Dry mouth. Since I additionally take pregabalin (because of an accident, from it the damage of the nerves on the foot), the side effects are intensified. After taking drunkenness and strong fatigue, as well as ings. 12 kilos of weight gain. Dry mouth, but word finding problems have only been recorded since taking Pregabalin.

  2. Jeremy O. Holmes says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Thinking disorders; Social phobia; Depression

    I have only been taking Lyrica 75mg for one day with Citalopram 20mg (antidepressants). I suffer for years from a social phobia, in addition to depression, nervousness, strong pondering, which sometimes turns into turf. Immediately after taking it, about 3 hours, I noticed an effect and something like a light daze. Half an hour later you noticed a kind of happiness, which is persistent, you became calmer and the brooding stopped unbelievably abruptly! That was really stressful, because it had really depressive phases. Now I have a feeling that makes the reflection absolutely uninteresting, it does not matter anymore. Really redeeming! You can laugh again and feel really balanced after the short time, much better in terms of the condition. Let’s see how it looks in 3 weeks when the full effect begins. I am already positively surprised! Had other medicines, but I’ve never had such a good effect! My psychotherapist recommended it to me, had very good experiences with his patients and I can only agree. The feeling is really like being light on drugs (in a positive sense), I do not care, I feel better. 🙂

    Side effects: Dizziness
  3. June V. Hockenberry says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Social phobia; Depression

    I’ve been taking paroxetine, wellbutrin (both antidepressants) for years, seroquel and lamotrigine for depression and anxiety, I’ve got the depressions under control, but now Lyrica is prescribed for the anxiety. I take it only 3 days and the full effect occurs (as with almost all psychotropic drugs) after 2-4 weeks, but I notice on the third day of taking a light effect – restlessness and tremors significantly improved, anxiety slightly subdued. The side effects are dizziness, tiredness and mild nausea. In addition, I feel a bit like drugged or slightly drunk, I stand a little next to me. That’s why you should stay at home the first few days if you take Lyrica or driving at all, etc.! But I had that with all medications in the first week of treatment. The side effects usually go by relatively quickly. ————————————————– ————————————————– ——- After 6 days, I notice that I am much calmer, my mood is indeed muted (I now take 150mg per day) but I am much less nervous and restless with strangers around and do not think so much about it after, how I act on others. I have difficulty concentrating. I hope they will pass soon. Otherwise hardly any side effects! 🙂