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 Post subject: Sub and lyrica
PostPosted: Sun Jun 23, 2013 8:51 pm 
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Anyone know anything about taking these together?

I would think its most likely a very unpleasant feeling ......

I am having alot of problems with my right leg/groin/ hamstring area because i need a hip replacement on that leg.....wondering if lyrica would help the constant shooting pain i get that runs up and down my right hamstring


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my experience so far only 4 months is that I do not need it daily . but it does work if your pain is some what nerve related. it

has helped me in my shoulders. there are some side effects.


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 Post subject: Lyrica
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 4:44 pm 
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Using both shouldn't pose any problems and there are side effects on almost all medications. I asked my Dr. for Lyrica and he gave me Gabapentin, which is generic for Neurontin. Both meds help with nerve pain. The Gaba I have had no problem with. It won't hurt to try.

I wish you well on your quest to kill the pain.

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