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 Post subject: Neurontin....
PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2012 9:41 pm 
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hey all... just curious to see who has taken neurontin, how long and how many miligrams to experience relief from these damn withdrawal symptoms.... my friend gave me a ton of 300 mg neurontins... I took on at 3pm, experienced some relief around 5-7, now I am squirming, can I take again this late???


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i think 300 is considered a low dose, so I'd say definitely you can definitely take 600. I remember taking 300 when i jumped from .5 and got some good relief. I used it off and on for a few weeks. Not sure what the risk of dependency is, seems most people think its low, but i've definitely heard that it can be a burden to come off of. but i'm guessing using it for short periods would be fairly safe.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:00 pm 
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I am still taking the 300mg neurontin before bed every night cause of my restlessness and insomnia, and i'm 40 days off subs.
I don't think it'll have much reprocussions unless you abuse the heck outta it, but everyone is different. The worst thing for me has always been insomnia. And it seems to stick with me forrrreeevvvveeeerrrr. The restless legs have gotten a lot better since the beginning though.

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