Libido loss effect of Gabapentin

We have 253 consumer reports for Gabapentin. Libido loss effect occurred in 4%.

Patients statistics on Libido loss side effect for Gabapentin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
160.94
192.9

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 9″

Average age
42
56

Gabapentin Circle Diagram 11 consumers of 253 reported about Libido loss

  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. Anna M. Dansby says:
    4.5 rating

    Gabapentin for Shingles; Neuralgia

    In the first 3 weeks: drowsiness, dizziness, rapid heartbeat, listlessness, weakness, hardly any strength left to go out, sociophobic attacks, depression, indifference, lack of concentration / memory disorders, word finding disorders. However, already after 5 days, an effect already occurred! After the first 3 weeks to date – Depressive phases, weight gain, aggression / irritability (threshold is very low), loss of libido, difficulty concentrating, word finding disorders. I’ve been taking gabapentin for 8 months now and it really helped alleviate my nervous pain! They are not completely gone, but really only discreetly there. Unfortunately, I’ve gained 5 kg, you have to pay attention to go to the sport and should omit chocolate / chips and sweets. I took 1200 – 1500 mg. Recently, I reduced to 500 mg and was able to lose 4 kg with sports and healthy diet again. I am currently switching to Lyrica, which helps me even better against the nerve pain. With Lyrica I am completely painless.