Originally FDA approved for anti-epileptic drug, Lyrica (Pregabalin) was also considered to be an anti-convulsant. This functions by slowing down movement in the brain triggering a convulsion. Pregabalin also affects brain chemicals that transmit pain signals in the nervous system.
Extreme allergic reactions may be the cause of lyrical..
Some people talk of suicide during lyricism. Keep alert to mood or symptoms changes. Report to your doctor any new or aggravating symptoms.
Contact the doctor if you have diabetes or heart attacks if you have weight gain or swelling when drinking songs.
Don't immediately stop using this drug, even though you feel good. Stopping can cause symptoms of abduction suddenly.
Despite your doctor's advice, do not change your dosage.
Unless you are allergic to Pregabalin, you should not use Lyrica. Ask your doctor if you have Lyrica to be healthy for you:
Treat Lyrica precisely as the doctor has recommended. Follow the instructions on your label and read the product manuals or guidance papers. Your doctor can change your dosage from time to time. Use the drug as indicated. Each day with or without food, take the medication at the same time. Don't smash the extended-release disk, chew, or crack it. Measure fluid medication with or with the same dose-measuring spoon or medication cup supplied with the dosing syringe. Please ask your pharmacist if you don't have a dose-measuring tool. If your symptoms don't get better or worse, call your doctor. Don't immediately stop using Lyrica, while you feel okay. Sudden cessation may cause increased seizures or unpleasant symptoms of withdrawal. Follow the advice of your doctor for at least one week for your dose to taper before you quit. Wear or bear medical identifications in case of an emergency for us to know when you have a seizure. Stay away from humidity, heat and light at room temperature.
Extreme allergic reactions may be the cause of lyrical. Do not take this drug and take emergency medical treatment if you have: hives or blisters on your skin; challenging to breathe.