Lyrica Related Topics

Lyrica (pregabalin) is an anticonvulsant. Lyrica is used to treat fibromyalgia, general anxiety disorder, epilepsy and neuropathic pain. Some users take Lyrica for recreational purposes. When taken improperly, Lyrica can become addictive. For more information about Lyrica or related topics, enter you search into the search box below.

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Lyrica Related Topics

Mixing Lyrica and AlcoholMixing alcohol and Lyrica can be dangerous and potentially life-threatening. Learn more here.
Taking Lyrica During Pregnancy: What You Need to KnowIf you are already using Lyrica and you become pregnant, notify your doctor as soon as possible. Do not stop taking Lyrica once you know you are pregnant, as abruptly stopping your Lyrica treatment or adjusting your dosage in any way could have adverse health effects.
Lyrica vs. GabapentinLyrica and gabapentin are two popular medications that are increasingly becoming drugs of abuse. Learn more about their addiction potential.

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