Listlessness effect of Lyrica

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

Patients statistics on Listlessness side effect for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
153.34
181.63

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 6″

Average age
61
62

Lyrica Circle Diagram 23 consumers of 866 reported about Listlessness

  1. Lois D. Booe says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Borderline; Social phobia; Nerve damage; Depression

    I used to take Doxepin 100mg in the evening, so I was finally able to sleep again, but was tired and impotent the next day. Although I gained three kilos, which was quite desirable because I also suffered from an eating disorder, the depression could only be moderated a little. But there was no more suicide attempt. Dry mouth. Since I additionally take pregabalin (because of an accident, from it the damage of the nerves on the foot), the side effects are intensified. After taking drunkenness and strong fatigue, as well as ings. 12 kilos of weight gain. Dry mouth, but word finding problems have only been recorded since taking Pregabalin.

  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. Jimmie A. Chavez says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Trigeminal neuralgia

    I have had TN since 2006 and have had surgery in 2009. Could until today, however, the Lyrica never settle completely. The lowest dose was REHA 75 mg daily. At the moment I am back at 225 mg in the morning, 60 mg Cymbalta in the morning and 225 mg Lyrica in the evening (Violent attacks in summer 2013). Side effects – good question – I think that after all these years I got so used to the stuff that I do not remember how a life without side effects is.

  4. Miguel J. Palmer says:
    3.0 rating

    Lyrica for Borderline

    I’m just trying to stop the medication because I’m afraid of gaining more … Otherwise, it helps to regulate my mood swings. When I get rage, I’m back soon. The tunnel view is gone very quickly. Unfortunately, side effects are very unpleasant.

  5. John M. Koch says:
    5.0 rating

    Lyrica for Shingles

    About 1.5 years ago I had a severe shingles on my face, as well as in the eye. Due to the almost unbearable pain was prescribed to the morphine Lyrica 150mg. Unfortunately, I had the misfortune, which has joined me after the shingles have subsided a so-called zoster neuralgia. So I took the Lyrica on. 2x150mg in the morning and 2x150mg in the evening. I was barely approachable, completely overdriven, had very large speaking needs (I chatted incessantly), could not drive a car, very severe headache and I have increased in this period of about a year around 35kg. In the meantime, we have changed the dosage to 2x150mg in the morning. I take these when I’m at work, because otherwise I would not be able to drive a car because I’m still very stunned after taking it. The bingeing has unfortunately not turned off. However, these are clearly attributable to the intake of Lyrica. We replaced Lyrica with Tillidine drops for about 2 months and the seizures had disappeared. The pain was back for that. Finally, it should be noted that the very strong side effects are almost out of proportion to the benefit. Unfortunately, there are currently no alternatives. I am male, 38 years old and now weigh almost 130kg. My everyday life is very difficult to cope with and I simply lack the drive. Thanks Lyrica !!!

  6. Ralph M. Crum says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for A headache; Pain (chronic)

    At first I had good results with Novalgin, then quite good results with Tramadol (Tramadolor), but the side effects: fatigue, nausea, total loss of appetite, gagging, vomiting, drying of the skin, total constipation. Since Tramadol no longer worked properly, I was prescribed Lyrica. First 150mg / day, then the double dose. The pain attenuation is good. Side effects, however, are tiredness, constipation, drowsiness, dizziness, metallic taste on the tongue, loss of libido, double vision, listlessness, flatulence, increased appetite and thus unwanted weight gain, concentration problems. The dose was further increased because within a short time the pain was back. By now I was at 450mg / day. The side effects partially sneaked out. The damping of the pain was very good. As side effects were striking: fatigue, but also sleep disorders (3 hours awake in bed at night), drowsiness (I sometimes feel like I had drunk beer), dizziness, double vision, lack of desire and listlessness, loss of appetite, appetite increase and thus weight gain (me have increased over 10kg), concentration disorders. After over 4 months of taking the drug discontinued – which cost gigantic overcoming and will – and after more than a year of abstinence from Lyrica are still some side effect is not completely gone.

  7. Jeffrey C. Cox says:
    3.0 rating

    Lyrica for Depression; Pain (chronic)

    Use in chronic cervical and thoracic pain syndrome Severe sweating at night; Tinnitus gain; lack of energy in the morning, nausea and dizziness, often blurred vision; sudden attacks of fatigue during the day; Concentration and memory impairment; Weight gain; complete libido loss – erectile dysfunction; sleep disorders