Lyrica for Cross section paralysis treatment

We have 866 consumer reports for treatment of Cross section paralysis with Lyrica. Cross section paralysis used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Cross section paralysis for Lyrica

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
154.32
176.37

Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
5′ 8″

Average age
40
57

Lyrica Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 866 reported about Cross section paralysis

  1. John L. Martinez says:
    3.5 rating

    Lyrica for Cross section paralysis

    Experience: For some years now I have taken Palladon 8 mg and Lyrika (morning 75 mg, evening 300 mg) in combination 1-0-1. The pain treatment in this combination is very good, after the conversion (increasing the dose of palladone from 4 mg to 8 mg) I had in the last 4 weeks only once more severe pain, which I attributed to a change in the weather. Side effects: First, enormous weight gain, almost scary! Before or even after my accident 8 years ago I weighed 67 kg, today it is 89 kg. Constant feeling of being at home although one is full, from earlier times I do not know this at all. But, even if the weight gain on the one hand bothers you, but you have to weigh what you prefer – the weight gain or this unspeakably strong pain – consisting of constant sharp pain, as if someone stabbed with a knife in the leg-the blade very slowly turn and pull it out again … and of course it keeps turning. For my person, even if it is still so bitter I must confess, then rather the weight gain. I will now try to hold back with the food and somehow to do a kind of sport, which I do not know so well (a treadmill would be very good, but that is far too expensive and I can not afford leiedr).

  2. Mark R. Johnson says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Cross section paralysis; Pain (chronic)

    There is a dependency, i. When you stop taking these medications, you begin to feel tingling, a sign that you have to take the medicine again, as late hours later severe pain recurs. But … I’ve got tramal in all forms before, then oxydesic and also plaster without a success. The combination palladone and lyric is m.E. optimal. The chronic pain in the long run no longer get away, this should be known to everyone, for just such drugs are too strong … is just no aspirin or splitting tablet.

    Side effects: Dependence
  3. Barbara G. Scranton says:
    4.0 rating

    Lyrica for Cross section paralysis; Neuropathy

    Because of unspeakable chronic neuropathic pain, I’ve already tried several pain medications. Currently I take Lyrica 150mg and Targin 20mg. There is still no complete freedom from pain, but the state of pain is no longer superficial in the consciousness. However, the side effects are significant. Although I am completely restrained with the food, I continuously take what I do not like, because my paraplegia, I have to pay very much attention to my weight; After all, you have to balance your whole weight with your arms, or the nursing service. In addition, I do not have the opportunity to do sports, which can contribute significantly to weight loss. Furthermore, I’m just tired and dazed, can hardly follow a conversation, because I lack the concentration. My left eye also suffers from the medication. I mostly see blurry and I feel like I’m getting small pinpricks in it. The permanent dry mouth and the itchy rash on the face should be mentioned. Actually, Lyrica should be increased even further, but that does not work with the many side effects, because apparently my body does not get used to the remedy. Let’s see what the doctors come up with next.