Blurred vision effect of Gabapentin

We have 253 consumer reports for Gabapentin. Blurred vision effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Blurred vision side effect for Gabapentin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
171.68
177.47

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
5′ 10″

Average age
47
63

Gabapentin Circle Diagram 12 consumers of 253 reported about Blurred vision

  1. Joseph G. Barnett says:
    4.0 rating

    Gabapentin for Morbus sudeck

    In the beginning often nausea, dizziness, now in vehicles or faster movements. Lack of concentration, blurred vision and mild to moderate skin eczema. Tiredness (however, the fatigue was greater when the dose was lowered temporarily, presumably it is also painful). Weight gain, but by consistently less controllable. Decreased libido. Dose 3000mg / d

  2. Bess A. Meyer says:
    3.5 rating

    Gabapentin for Pain (chronic)

    Side effects are only in the first intake time occurred severe fatigue, dizziness, blurred vision, gait disorder, drowsiness. The side effects are completely gone after a few weeks. I’m almost pain free taking it. My dosage is 3 times 600mg.

  3. Darrell B. Sessions says:
    2.0 rating

    Gabapentin for Disc prolapse

    Spinal surgery 1999, then pain free. Car accident 2004, pain occurs again. From then on Tramadol 400-600mg daily. October 2008 Change to Gabapentin. (Reason for the change: At times, nausea caused by tramadol also claimed the doctors I would be Tramadol-dependent). Side effects of gabapentin: Weight gain, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, vision problems (need reading glasses and often see only blurry). As soon as I work something I’m in great pain despite gabapentin.

  4. Leroy C. Merrick says:
    2.0 rating

    Gabapentin for Neuralgia

    1. Why Prednisolone (Cortisone)? ———————————- May 2006 I rode the mountain bike through the Sauerland, July 2006 in a wheelchair to the Kh. emergency department because of high inflammatory values in the blood. (BSG and CRP) Other symptoms: progressive pain, starting on both sides of the shoulder, further bilateral hips and later buttocks. Morning stiffness later in the day, then Kh. Emergency room because of high levels of inflammation in the blood. Diagnosis of the Kh. Wesel / NRW, Rheumatology: Polymyalgia Rheumatica. Therapy after KH discharge: Cortisone 40-0-10 mg / day. In addition omiprazole 0 – 0 – 20 mg. and calcium / D, 4 x 250 mg / day. After two years of therapy, my daily dose of prednisolone is still 6 mg. 2. Postzosteric Neuralgia —————————- In March 2008, I got a shingles on my head, which healed after ten days. The mentioned neuralgia remained behind. I have treated them with gabapentin 300-300-300-300 mg / daily and today 300-0-200-0 mg / daily. I did not have any complaints before starting this therapy. Only in the last few weeks there were occasionally dull eyes and light stomach pains. One week ago I stopped taking omeprazole and after that the symptoms subsided again. My finding, – prednisolone with omeprazole no side effect – prednisolone, omeprazole and gabapentin, visual disturbance and gastric distress – prednisolone with gabapentin no side effect

    Side effects: Stomach pain; Blurred vision