Noise condition effect of Lyrica

We have 866 consumer reports for Lyrica. Noise condition effect occurred in 2%.

Patients statistics on Noise condition side effect for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
140.73
207.23

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 9″

Average age
45
36

Lyrica Circle Diagram 13 consumers of 866 reported about Noise condition

  1. Rose T. Porter says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Syringomyelia

    So I am not satisfied with this drug, in the beginning the first few days wonderful! Could have torn out trees, but then total insomnia and constantly drunk. If it would never take again, have now discontinued. Can not recommend it !!! Hands off!

    Side effects: Noise condition; Insomnia
  2. Sherryl S. Goodman says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Anxiety disorders

    I started taking Lyrika 75mg in the summer of 2015 and got it very well tolerated, my only side effects were drunkenness and severe fatigue about 1h after ingestion, but disappeared after 1-2 hours. Unfortunately my lyrics had no influence on my anxiety disorder, but my panic attacks became rarer and easier. I also occasionally take Lorazepam for panic attacks / severe anxiety. On my sixteenth birthday, I finally came to a day clinic and then decided to drop Lyric after half a year and get it under control. Have taken a week 50mg, then a week 25mg and next week, I leave it completely. Despite my low dose I have very exhausting withdrawal symptoms, I have totally manic behavior (I was told that in the clinic, I barely notice), I am very tense throughout, have sleep disorders and panic attacks, but everything should be normal. I can recommend Lyric insofar as I tolerated it well and helped it, but stopping is quite a struggle for me, but the end goal is to live without medication anyway.

    Side effects: Noise condition; Fatigue
  3. Matthew H. Wilder says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Shingles

    I’ve got Lyrica for the severe pain of shingles, and the effect has clearly set in, a great relief, but little pain, I can go back to sleep and feel somehow intoxicated. On the first day I started with 2 x 50mg and took a 75mg pill on the second day in the morning. Side effects are dizziness, fatigue, a feeling of being intoxicated, anxieties of old age that have bothered me have slipped into the background and the mood is generally good. I can well imagine that there are withdrawal symptoms when weaning, but if you know the pain of a shingles you take that into account. Maybe I complete the report with the part of the withdrawal and the withdrawal symptoms.

  4. June V. Hockenberry says:
    4.5 rating

    Lyrica for Social phobia; Depression

    I’ve been taking paroxetine, wellbutrin (both antidepressants) for years, seroquel and lamotrigine for depression and anxiety, I’ve got the depressions under control, but now Lyrica is prescribed for the anxiety. I take it only 3 days and the full effect occurs (as with almost all psychotropic drugs) after 2-4 weeks, but I notice on the third day of taking a light effect – restlessness and tremors significantly improved, anxiety slightly subdued. The side effects are dizziness, tiredness and mild nausea. In addition, I feel a bit like drugged or slightly drunk, I stand a little next to me. That’s why you should stay at home the first few days if you take Lyrica or driving at all, etc.! But I had that with all medications in the first week of treatment. The side effects usually go by relatively quickly. ————————————————– ————————————————– ——- After 6 days, I notice that I am much calmer, my mood is indeed muted (I now take 150mg per day) but I am much less nervous and restless with strangers around and do not think so much about it after, how I act on others. I have difficulty concentrating. I hope they will pass soon. Otherwise hardly any side effects! 🙂