Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant and is considered the first line of treatment for neurotic pain, herpes, seizures, and fibromyalgia. It is used to treat diabetic nerve pain, epilepsy, spinal cord injury, restless leg syndrome, and generalized anxiety disorder. It works by binding to a certain area of the brain and reduces pain signals sent by damaged veins of the body.
Some common side effects of Pregabalin include sleep, trouble with memory, confusion, bad motor coordination, the problem with sight, dry mouth and increase in weight. More serious side effects may include increased risk of drug abuse, angioedema, and increased risk of suicide. Long-term use of this drug can cause addiction.
Pregabalin If you are pregnant or do not have an allergic reaction to any of its contents then it is not recommended for you. Pregabalin talks with some medicines. If you are taking any of the following, inform your doctor.
- Angiotensin-converted enzyme inhibitor
- Benzodiazepines or Drug Medi