Sensation disorders effect of Lyrica

We have 866 consumer reports for Lyrica. Sensation disorders effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Sensation disorders side effect for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
152.67
178.57

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 11″

Average age
43
60

Lyrica Circle Diagram 7 consumers of 866 reported about Sensation disorders

  1. James K. McFerren says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Sleep disorders; Depression

    Hello my dears, after about a year of taking CYMBALTA against Depris, z.T. in combination with MIRTAZAPIN for insomnia, I also got sulpiride prescribed. The combination effect CYMBALTA / SULPIRID was just very good and has worn me nicely. Anyone who does not have enough Cymbalta should try the combo with SULPIRID. Due to the indispensable MIRTAZAPIN I unfortunately have to live with enormous weight gain. Recently (for about 6 weeks) I get additionally prescribed LYRICA, of which I must report rather negative. For one, I hardly feel a positive effect, on the other hand, the medi is very wrong. It increases my sleep disorders quite badly, leads to water retention in the legs (swelling) and the lungs (shortness of breath, shortness of breath). The concentration also worsens, sometimes with articulation disorders. In addition, there is rarely a tingling sensation on the skin, z.T. only on the extremities, z.T. also on the whole body, e.g. with a strong cough … (yes, I’m a smoker !!!) Will the medi therefore sneak out.

  2. Jesus C. Shirk says:
    3.0 rating

    Drowsiness, fatigue, increased appetite, euphoria, change in sex drive, irritability, memory disorder, speaking difficulties, blurred vision, erectile dysfunction, drunkenness, weight gain, restlessness, physical restlessness, word finding problems, thought disorder, jerky movements, hyperactivity, increased skin sensitivity, eye pain, skin rash , Joint pain, thirst. All reported symptoms occurred in the first 4 weeks. By now, they are fading and the effectiveness of Lyrica has increased dramatically. Daily dose 600mg distributed on 4 times 150mg

  3. Gail E. Clark says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Trigeminal neuralgia

    When I took Lyrica for the first time, I was turned over after about half an hour (so cold sweaty, etc., but I did not completely lose consciousness). At first I thought maybe that was a bit much today and I reacted that way. Because I was the day before in two days five times with the dentist, because I thought that I have animal toothache. It started first in the lower jaw, then in the upper jaw, but after X-rays and everything down to the smallest corner was searched for tooth decay, I was then stunned in each tooth to see which tooth caused the pain. But as the anesthetic only made things worse and I was only crying in pain, I was then sent to the neurologist as an emergency. He then found that I have trigeminal neuralgia and prescribed Tilidine and Lyrica 75mg. Since I have ever taken Tilidin after an operation, I knew that I can tolerate this drug. The second day I had to take Lyrica, then all the incompatibilities began. Itching, double vision, the body trembled tremendously when walking, could not speak properly, my left side from the face swollen animal, lack of concentration and I slept a lot. Of course I drove to the hospital because I first had to deal with such a strange doctor, who had no idea, because he is actually a gynecologist. He definitely gave me an infusion of cortisone and an injection for the itch and was then referred to the neurologist from the hospital. The neurologist wrote me Tegretal 400 ret and since then I’m better off, I have only tingling in my nose and upper lip, but still better than the severe pain and side effects of the Lyrica. So I’m just 23 years old and the neurologist told me that Lyrica is just what older patients are. At the earliest from 40 years