Pregabalin ingredients

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I stopped taking all of them immediately (shouldn't have done that) and replaced it with 50mg pregabalin. My doctor didnt prescribe pregabalin to me. I self medicated my self out of desperation. I don't no why all the doctors are is in love with SSRIs and SNRIs. They replaces one with other. For me SSRIs are useless as they make the problem even worst. Expecially long term side effect such as PSSD, infertility and some others have scared me off. FYI I have taken SSRIs for over 6 years.
My Dr prescribed me Lyrica and I have been readin about this drug, but I can't seem to find anything telling me what is in it. Does anyone know the ingredients? I was told it was a non-narcotic drug but then the leaflet says that it can be addictive and do not stop immediately..blah,blah, blah...does anyone know what is in this stuff?
I tried to go cold turkey but as anyone who's tried that before would know, the depths of hell seems like a walk in the park compared to that! I have found that Pregabalin (Lyrica) seems to lessen the craving significantly, to the point where I need only half the amount of Oxy I usually take to "get by" so to speak.
Common causes are non-addictive stimulants like Strattera, and odd reactions to nerve pain relievers like Gabapentin, Pregabalin, cymbalta, and a few other newer medications. Diet pills, mood enhancers, or energy booster supplements could also contain ingredients in concentrations to cause such effects. Call your doctor before discontinuing any medications or strong supplements. I hope you feel better, and hopefully I helped point you in the right direction.
But over here there are whole load of prescription only analgesic creams and gels. They have different types of active ingredients. I have found them to be exceptionally good for taking the edge of the pain but you have to use them as stated and regularly or else they do not work. I dont like just relying on pills and since the start of this year have beeen on a sofa based quest for alternate methods for pain control. Arnica is available from health food stores either in tablet form or a gel.
I see a pain management Dr who specialise in it. Have you tried gabapentin or pregabalin? Or a tricylic antidepressent? Or a nerve block (I have had two with gaunethidiene)? Or lidocaine patches?
Peyote, one of the few plants specifically scheduled, which has a narrow exception to its illegal status for religious use by members of the Native American Church; Mescaline, the main psychoactive ingredients of the peyote, san pedro, and peruvian torch cacti; Methaqualone (Quaalude, Sopor, Mandrax); It was previously used for similar purposes as used for barbiturates, until it was rescheduled.
She has to wear loose fitting clothing because clothes rubbing on it hurts her. She has tried lidocaine patches and topical creams made with ketoconazole and a few other ingredients. NOthing has worked. The doctor's are stumped. Any suggestions. Thanking you in advance.
Just some clarification: disc herniations/protrusions etc tend to clear up spontaneously over a generalised peiod (nothing specific) between 6-24 months and is why healthcare professionals and certainly surgeons only wish to operate, as a last resort. I.e. the problem will usually resolve whether you receive physiotherapy, perform stability exercises or stretches or, arguably, whether you chew gum on the left side of your mouth every other two days....
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