Difficulty in breathing effect of Lyrica

We have 866 consumer reports for Lyrica. Difficulty in breathing effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Difficulty in breathing side effect for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.06
178.57

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 9″

Average age
54
64

Lyrica Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 866 reported about Difficulty in breathing

  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. Margaret D. Pruett says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Cervical thoracic lumbar spine syndrome; Neuropathy

    Cold hands and headache (already shortly after ingestion), muscle pain, back pain, rigidity of the muscles (as a result of extremely difficult urination, excruciating pain between the thoracic and scapula during pressing, urination), reduction of urine volume, speaking difficulties, blurred vision, constipation, swelling the extremities, word-finding problems, hyperactivity, weak-sightedness, breathing problems, tightness in the chest pain-deposed

  3. Floyd D. Jones says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Thinking disorders; High blood pressure; Paresthesia; Pain (acute); Polyneuropathie

    After about 10 days of taking Lyrica swollen legs and occasionally swollen eyes, (sometimes stinging in the kidney area) Now, after three weeks: swollen legs, highly visible dents (socks) and noticeable when walking (especially knees), swollen fingers, often shortness of breath , Heart complaints, slight nausea, indigestion Acceptable: drowsiness, rarely slight mood elevation / euphoria

  4. James K. McFerren says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Sleep disorders; Depression

    Hello my dears, after about a year of taking CYMBALTA against Depris, z.T. in combination with MIRTAZAPIN for insomnia, I also got sulpiride prescribed. The combination effect CYMBALTA / SULPIRID was just very good and has worn me nicely. Anyone who does not have enough Cymbalta should try the combo with SULPIRID. Due to the indispensable MIRTAZAPIN I unfortunately have to live with enormous weight gain. Recently (for about 6 weeks) I get additionally prescribed LYRICA, of which I must report rather negative. For one, I hardly feel a positive effect, on the other hand, the medi is very wrong. It increases my sleep disorders quite badly, leads to water retention in the legs (swelling) and the lungs (shortness of breath, shortness of breath). The concentration also worsens, sometimes with articulation disorders. In addition, there is rarely a tingling sensation on the skin, z.T. only on the extremities, z.T. also on the whole body, e.g. with a strong cough … (yes, I’m a smoker !!!) Will the medi therefore sneak out.