Vomit effect of Lyrica

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

Patients statistics on Vomit side effect for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
155.79
169.76

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 8″

Average age
47
63

Lyrica Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 866 reported about Vomit

  1. Jane J. Ferguson says:
    5.0 rating

    Lyrica for Morbus sudeck

    The beginning of the treatment was hell – was set for 14 days in the clinic. I felt like in Delierium. Initially severe nausea and vomiting and dizziness. Nevertheless, I took in the 14 days 6 kilos to which I can not get down to today (cruel)! After about 2 months we went better. Since then, severe sweats and non-stop hunger have plagued me. Weight can be kept tedious. I have no problems with constipation – but I take Laxofalk regularly since the first day. My children find me too tired and slow thinking. In addition, I would forget many things immediately what I’ve ever told.

  2. Alicia D. Glover says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Fibromyalgia

    MST: The first 3 days after switching from Tilidine to MST, I was struggling with nausea, vomiting, dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue, loss of appetite, and the like – but these subsided after a few days. In the case of 150 mg of MST, daily trivialities remained, such as a sensitive stomach (too much sun or even very little alcohol, eg some eggnog on an ice = vomiting) and constipation. The much-discussed fatigue in taking morphine has settled rather than increased, which could have something to do with the fact that I have previously been on chron. Tiredness suffered. I am happy to accept these tiny ailments because MST (and similar drugs such as morphine ratiopharm) is the only remedy so far (after countless attempts with other medications and treatments), which at least for the most part (70-80%) depending on the form of the day), so that I can at least master my everyday life for a while. Somewhat impractical is sometimes the fact that one must take the sustained-release tablets after the clock, but even that guarantees only a seamless pain relief. After having missed / forgotten a pill a few times over the last few years, I have been reminded many times about how it feels without MST (and have appreciated it even more since then) – as the pain in In this case are unbearable, I can say little about the addictiveness – but you notice purely from the slowly rising pain level after about 1/2 hour that the tablet is missing. Diclo-Divido: Has shown absolutely no side effects for me – in contrast to the pure Dicolfenac, which is said to be harmful to the stomach as a result and also quickly caused nausea. Since the active ingredient in the Diclo-Divido capsules is combined with sodium pearls, the risk to the stomach here is much, much less. Although the capsules only work properly when I take them at the first sign of jaw pain, but so you learn to at least listen to your own body. Tetrazepam: I take for many years when needed when my muscles are cramping so much that I can not get up without screaming in pain, not getting an eye at night because everything is cramping or twitching. After about 1/2 – 1 hour, the effect occurs and makes me (at least personally – perhaps in combination with the morphine) tired, bleischwer, calm and skin completely gone , so that you can no longer feel the pain, because you sleep deeply, firmly and dreamless (almost comatose). In extreme situations, it is worth it in any case – however, the intake is dependent on your own course of the day – if you have work, driving a car, children’s hats or the like, you should choose a different remedy. Responsiveness, concentration, alertness, and exercise are so severely limited that you feel both rubbery and physically like rubber. In bad convulsions this condition appears pleasant, in everyday life very obstructive. I take one tablet per puff and a blistering 2-4 tablets a month and have rarely (at most once a year) found a rather strange side effect on me – in these rare cases it seems to me that the side effects described above are reversed. At the same time I am a little bit of a scare at the same time but at the same time completely euphoric and stoned – laugh a lot without reason and at the same time I am so clear that this behavior confuses and surprises me. Lyrica: About 3 years ago, a doctor had the idea to use morphine to relieve the daily pain of fibromyalgia with the help of Lyrica. The basic idea seemed good – gradually the morphine should be discontinued, Lyrica should be increased. So I skipped around 20% of the morphine dose and took Lyrica for it. Already after the first tablet, the side effects were fully increased. The pain did not improve – the lack of morphine was clearly noticeable, but I was constantly bad, I got blurred vision, could not hold myself straight and had the feeling to be packed in cotton – in the steps I still hinbekam I felt my feet were not on the ground, everything in me heard as from far away, I could only speak very slowly and with difficulty. Hoping that this condition would soon be over, I continued taking the medication, causing me to linger about 22 hours each day I was under Lyrica, jarring, anxious, sad, and shivering the rest of the time Pain was spent – until relatives called the doctor who had prescribed the remedy and I was able to resume it with their help. However, the described side effects slowly dissipated and were still felt about 3 days later. For me personally, Lyrica is therefore an absolute horror remedy and the Tats

  3. Linda M. Maynard says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Neuralgia; Pain (chronic)

    It all started with a hearing loss. As the hearing loss was treated so far, my upper jaw suddenly began to hurt. Besides, I could not control my eyes anymore. I was then hospitalized for 14 days in the hospital and adjusted to Gapabentin and Mirtazapine. In the beginning it helped me very well. After about 6 months, the first side effects occurred. These were especially diarrhea and vomiting. I was in bed almost every 14 days with an upset stomach and had cramps and diarrhea. We searched the internet for a better drug. As we discovered on a forum the Mediament Lyrica supposedly well tolerated. I then had the medication prescribed by my neurologist. Since then I take 150 mg Lyrica 3 times a day for about 1 year. I have not regretted the change since then I feel much better and almost no side effects.

    Side effects: Vomit; Diarrhea
  4. 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.