Confusion effect of Lyrica

We have 866 consumer reports for Lyrica. Confusion effect occurred in 2%.

Patients statistics on Confusion side effect for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
179.68
209.44

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′

Average age
47
58

Lyrica Circle Diagram 16 consumers of 866 reported about Confusion

  1. Cleo J. McDorman says:
    1.5 rating

    Lyrica for Polytoxicomania; Withdrawal symptoms

    Lyria helps me especially with my panic attacks, because I am reluctant to diazepam, I always have strong pain in the legs and Lyrica heals very well. Disadvantage with me atemnot whereby I have also still heavy Asthma.ich nehem for weeks 3 times 75 mg lyrica, the worst side effects with me are strong dizziness, confusion, sehstörungen.wer from you also these side effects? Holds the long time, or is that only at the beginning of the treatment?

  2. Bernard R. Peterson says:
    3.5 rating

    Approximately 10 days of treatment with Lyrica (pregabalin) for Restless Legs Syndrome in a drug addict (dry alcoholic). Conclusion: The dose had to be increased from one pill (25mg) a day to 10 pills in the morning and 10 pills in the evening for the first effect to be heard. Advantages: no increased salivation between 14:00 o’clock and 19:00 o’clock none, as usual cold shakes with chills. Pills are so small that can easily be swallowed five at a time, after taking 10 pieces (25mg) in the morning and 10 pieces in the evening first improvement: no painful discomfort (burning, itching, tingling) in the hands, barely during the day painful sensations in the feet, only at night painful sensations in the feet. Sleep phases increased from about 45 minutes (without pregabalin) to about 90 to 120 minutes. Back and neck neck pain (LWS / HWS) hardly noticeable. Numbness in the right thigh disappeared. Disadvantages: dry mouth and heavy pressure strong dizziness sweating drive weakness hallucinations (even three days after discontinuing the pills) Middle depression confusion total loss of sense of time increased hand shaking I advise a person who still halfway clear in the head, I guess from my experience, completely by off these pills.

  3. Linda A. Shultis says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Pain (chronic)

    I’ve been taking Lyrica for two years now, at least 400mg a day, but it was already 600mg. In the time it came and comes again and again to different side effects of different characteristics. Especially fatigue (sleep easily 20 hours), depression, mood swings, word finding problems, confusion. In addition, I have 4 kilograms increased, have problems wearing contact lenses and more recently also problems with the abdomen (distended belly, nausea). My pain is almost gone.

  4. Larry M. Cook says:
    2.5 rating

    Lyrica for Pain (acute)

    my husband is totally confused, speaks things that are not there, see things that do not exist, speaks choppy sentences, not to understand, after discontinuation of lyrica it goes on, on the doctor’s advice it was discontinued after about 10 days, but the symptoms are still there

  5. Benny D. Hager says:
    2.0 rating

    I took Lyrika 50mg and it worked at first. Had to increase dose up to 400mg. The following side effects occurred more frequently (after 8 months): pain in the legs, confusion, sleep disturbances, anxiety and panic attacks, weight gain, cardiac arrhythmia, respiratory depression. Have it then discontinued with good success / compatibility.

  6. Magali E. Johnson says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Withdrawal symptoms; Anxiety disorders; Epilepsy; Sleep disorders; Depression

    Because of Benzodiazepim a horror withdrawal in an addiction clinic behind me. The drug TAVOR expidet was prescribed to me by my family doctor because of severe multivamous panic attacks, which came over me right after the radiation phase of my breast cancer. I was desperately looking for a solution to the dependence on Tavor for 2 years, and finally got the drug Lyrica with some other tablets as (relief) in the withdrawal clinic. I take 300 mg a day, 150 mg in the morning and 150 mg in the evening, plus 2 x 25 mg of Valdoxan, 50 mg of Eutyrox and 20 mg of Propra. At first I was very excited about Lyrica because it helped me a bit over the withdrawal (understated), which means pain and anxiety, etc. – now I take this tablet for 6 months and I’m pretty unhappy with it. During the first month my eating habits changed, I gained weight (from 80 kg to 97 kg in 5 months), followed by confusion, dizziness, panic attacks, walking difficulties and speech disorders. I thought it was the aftermath of the tablet withdrawal from Tavor. But that is not so, because in the second month, these side effects were worse, I had to dress myself completely new, as I increased again a dress size. In the third month, confusion and speech disorders, muscle aches and muscle weakness increased. I also needed a size more clothes, Fressattaken, most of the greed on sweets, degenerate into the boundless, and no one can tell me how to get this under control, unless I need exercise and vegetables and eat fruit. A thing of impossibility, with this mixture of my prescribed tablets. Due to this drastic overweight that sticks to me like a foreign body, I also got additional joint pain in my knee (I have always been a very sporty person but now ..) and I can barely go up and down the stairs. I already have an uncertain walk because of Lyrica. Now my sugar has gotten mixed up and water is leaving pretty often even though my drinking volume is extremely low. Since this should not be a letter of infinity, I have to abbreviate. my side effects from the Lyrica-Valdoxan-Eutyrox-Propra Compound are: Blisters in the face-Bone pain-Muscle weakness and muscle pain- Bone pain- Joint pain- Confusion phase- Disappearance- Food addiction- Nausea- Libido loss- Liver values Increased- Insecure aisle- Heel burning- Water retention- ( also in the legs) Diarrhea-Speech disorders-Wortfindungsstörungen- Stiffness in the body- flatulence – Schlappsein- Zuckerspiegel conspicuous- inner restlessness- I would really like to sell this tablet, but knows that this brings back withdrawal symptoms, so I’m still waiting for to my appointment with my neurologist, perhaps to find a solution. I wish all of you good luck and perseverance here in the Sanego forum. WE CREATE THAT AGAIN! My question: Has anyone skipped Lyrica? what is happening ? Need info about stopping Lyrica and Valdoxan because I’m terrified of that time.