Flatulence effect of Lyrica

We have 866 consumer reports for Lyrica. Flatulence effect occurred in 3%.

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Lyrica Circle Diagram 24 consumers of 866 reported about Flatulence

  1. 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.

  2. Caleb G. Simpson says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Depression

    For a year I take 10 mg Cipralex, then changed from 20 mg citalopram, a difference I did not notice at that time, neither in effect nor side effect, have until today not fully understood why this was changed, especially since Citalopram generic drugs are available, the far cheaper than the Cipralex. I tolerate the medi well, because I was partly very depressive, I was glad to have it, it prevents slipping into the very deep holes of depression. Of course the pill alone does not make you happy, you have to torture yourself through psychotherapy and face up to your problems, but in many cases it just helps to make such a psychotherapy possible, if one gets too dirty then psychotherapy ( in my experience) namely nothing. As the most striking side effect, I would name a change in the dreams, which are sometimes really crass, as action cinema. In the meantime, an increase to 15 mg was attempted. But it came to a greater unrest that disappeared as far as possible, was dosed back to 10. Lyrica I take 2 times 75 mg, so I am calmer and more balanced during the day, fall asleep easier. Side effects: repeatedly inflated stomach or flatulence, appetite increase (yet no gain in weight, however, I try to move a lot and if appetite, then eat as healthy as possible, hope that continues to work), the face is a little bloated, not bad, but but noticeably.

  3. Kathryn E. Meeks says:
    5.0 rating

    Lyrica for Fibromyalgia; Pain (acute)

    My Experiences Part 2: Dosage: 150mg In The Morning And 75mg In The Evening When I reduced this amount to about 3 years ago, some of the side effects were gone. And if someone asks me what exactly … always pondering. Because if you take several medications and fibromyalgia, a definition for me at some point was not possible. It superimposes one or the other. And if an antibiotic or something similar comes along, it will be impossible for me to say which problem is coming from where. But one thing is for sure: My breast is not growing for 2 years 🙂 And I can just run 🙂 However, Lyrica has not really fixed my problem, I must confess. I notice that since I struck her. More soon.

  4. Hui S. Young says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Intervertebral discs-op; Neuralgia; Pain (chronic)

    M-beta belongs to the group morphine. Before being exposed to morphine, I had a number of other analgesics without any success. My blood levels were so miserable that no doctor knew what to do. Since I get along with morphine, my blood levels are also very good, so sometimes something positive. Unfortunately, other side effects such as: constipation, at first circulatory problems, loss of appetite …) are not enough, but I am clear today. Lyrica, I have against constantly, strong nerve tearing (100mg in the morning and 150mg in the evening). Now my constipation became a real problem for me. Circulatory / balance, vision problems and nausea were present. Memory disorders, decreasing attention, irritability, increased appetite (10kg in 10 months increased), loss of taste, dry mouth, abdominal distension, absolute listlessness and no desire for sex were also added. My liver value rose to 398 and should knowingly be no more than 40. Now we (doctor and I) wanted to let Lyrica run out within 3 days, which was far too fast. I got a heavy withdrawal. Very uncomfortable! Now we lower the dose within 14 days. I do not want to take Lyrica anymore because of the many side effects, which I have all received. I will then replace it with another medicine!

  5. Cathy S. Miller says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for A headache

    Hi everybody, I took Lyrica for 4 weeks (2 x 75 mg). I got her from the pain clinic because I was there because of my pain. Previously, tramadol, novamine sulfone, ibuprofen, musaril, amytriptiline etc. were announced. No effect on my pain. Only through Lyrica I became pain free. However, I did not tolerate it well. But that is different with every person. I had the following side effects: bloated stomach, severe constipation, dizziness (but less over time), redness. That’s why I switched to Neurotin 100 mg. The dose was 300 mg in the morning, 200 mg at noon and 300 mg in the evening. Impeccably painless only when slimming Lyrica and creeping in Neurotin the pain came through. But that’s usually the case. Unfortunately, I also had to stop taking Neurotine, even though overall it was still a low dose (according to the Pain Clinic). I had a moderate constipation – I could handle it, because it was much better than Lyrica. But after a good 2 weeks, cardiac arrhythmias and insomnia were added. Too bad – because even with this drug, I was painless. Now I have been taking carbamazepine 200 mg for only a few days (once in the evening). I can not say much about side effects yet. I’m also painless with this drug and hopefully I’m lucky that the side effects are limited this time.

  6. Christine M. Donaldson says:
    5.0 rating

    Lyrica works very well against nerve pain like trigeminal neuralgia. But it also has many negative effects especially on stomach, intestine, bile, liver, bladder, eyes, blood sugar, memory, significant weight gain, general condition. Over time, a significant feeling of illness sets in. It seemed to me that the muscles were paralyzed. I could not hold the chair and urine anymore. The occlusion from the esophagus to the stomach did not work anymore, especially at night gastric acid got into the esophagus up to my mouth and ran out of the corners of my mouth. The oral mucosa was full of blisters, as if corroded, the corners of the mouth became inflamed and no longer healed. Especially with the bladder weakness, flatulence and diarrhea, the much too high blood sugar levels and with the weight gain I can not live. In addition, I had word-finding problems and was often absent and cumbersome. If you are in the work process, you can not afford it. The board room wants to see performance, does not ask me how I am. I felt like I was developing Alzheimer’s. Now I do not take them for two weeks and the side effects go back slowly, I also hope the blood sugar, otherwise I have to legally do something – because that is not tolerable.