Pregabalin dogs

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Is Pregabalin a totally safe drug for a 12 lb. coton de tulear dog? And is it the best and totally safe drug for her pain? Please , please respond a.s.a.p. Thank you so very much. And if it is safe for joint pain would 10 mg. twice a day be the best prescription? Please respond. To be taken for 1 month.
e methotrxate,co-codomol 30/500,pregabalin/diazipam,plus many more i dont know what to do im due for an op at the end of this mounth.
the gabapentin you are on works , i have tried it as i have the same experiences with tn, and fibromyalgia, i was just wondering have you tried pregabalin{lyrica} this is what i am on and my brother it seems to work better on me than gabapentin, my brother is on 25mg x3 daily and i am on 200mg x4 daily plus other meds , go back to your doc , there is other meds beside these to try and with trials you might find a happy medium, tc, and good luck
Ive been taken of 500mgs of Tegretol (carbamazepine) twice daily, I mean a dead halt to takign the tablets and had them replaced with Lyrica (pregabalin) 75mg once daily, just increased to twice daily so ive no idea whether the symptoms im having are due the the infusion or a withdrawal from the carbamazepine or a side effect of the pregabalin or a combination of all of them OR just the MS thats getting worse despite the IV steroids.
on two separate occasions - when I've gone to bed in the afternoon because of sudden total exhaustion - I've gone to sleep but then have woken up and my mind is working... I can hear things ... can hear dogs downstairs .. hear people outside through the open window ... but can't move at all. All my body seemed to shut down. Couldn't move arms, legs, roll over. Couldn't open eyes or talk/shout for help.
) For that I found an OTC Vitamin supplement called Celadrin (Omega 3 and 6 etc oils) worked wonders. And if you for sure have fibro, then an RX pill called Lyrica (pregabalin) really works for all symptoms by stopping the brain from sending out unwarranted pain and spasm signals. When I take that at night I get a good night's sleep. But I usually just take 1 in the morning to get through the day pain free.
I just sent you a comment or two, but come to find out, the message did not take. I will try again. At the risk of being fatherly, I beg you not to come "unglued." As I mentioned on my previous editorials, I have been experiencing this problem, off and on, for about two years. I used to become unglued. I used to stare at the ceiling for hours, "listening" to my wife and my dogs, yes my dogs, sleeping so deeply and I felt benignly jealous.
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