Heart rhythm disturbances effect of Lyrica

We have 866 consumer reports for Lyrica. Heart rhythm disturbances effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Heart rhythm disturbances side effect for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
191.07
188.72

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 9″

Average age
50
56

Lyrica Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 866 reported about Heart rhythm disturbances

  1. Christopher P. Panella says:
    2.5 rating

    Lyrica for Spastik; Pain (chronic)

    When taking the 3 drugs listed above, there were frightening side effects. After initially decaying pain symptoms came after about 4 weeks to extreme dry mouth, speech difficulties, constipation, depression to suicidal thoughts. The patient was no longer himself and here are also unprecedented cardiac arrhythmias search, which could be eliminated only by a hospital stay. After urgent, immediate discontinuation of Lyrica, the condition of the patient improves daily, although withdrawal symptoms (nausea and heat waves with heavy sweats) occurred.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.