Pregabalin Addiction

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Frequently asked questions

What are the indicators of a Pregabalin overdose?

Sleepiness, disorientation or agitation, convulsions, and fainting are all common overdose symptoms.

What are Pregabalin’s side effects?

Side effects include headaches, feeling sleepy, weary or disoriented, diarrhoea, mood swings, sickness, body swelling, blurred vision, male impotence, weight gain, and memory problems.

Will it be influenced by other drugs?

Pregabalin has been shown to enhance the effects of substances such as cannabis and heroin. If you combine pregabalin with other drugs, you may experience more unpleasant side effects such as panic attacks, anxiety, and memory loss.

Can Pregabalin cause addiction?

After taking pregabalin for a long time, some people have developed an addiction to it. If this happens, you will have withdrawal symptoms after stopping the medication.

What are Pregabalin’s withdrawal signs?

If you suddenly stop taking it for whatever reason, you may experience significant withdrawal symptoms. Anxiety, difficulty sleeping, sickness, discomfort, and sweating are some of the unpleasant symptoms.

Will Pregabalin affect contraception?

Pregabalin has no effect on the effectiveness of contraception. Pregabalin can be taken with any kind of contraception, including combining pills and emergency contraception.

Does Pregabalin interact with alcohol?

When taking Pregabalin, it's advisable to avoid drinking alcohol because it can make you tired or cause you to lose focus which can be dangerous in some cases. It may also have an impact on your respiration.

For how long can you take pregabalin?

In general, you'll need to take pregabalin for as long as you need nerve pain treatment. Every 6-12 months, it should be re-evaluated. If someone has been taking pregabalin for a long time, it may not work as well.

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