Lyrica 75 mg
- Brand:Healing Pharma, India
- Product Code:Lyrica 75 mg
- Active Ingredient:Pregabalin
- Availability:In Stock
What is Lyrica 75 mg?
Lyrica 75 mg is the brand name by Pfizer for the drug “Pregabalin”. The FDA initially licensed Lyrica as an “anticonvulsant or anti-epileptic” medicine. It works by slowing down the brain impulses that trigger seizures. Pregabalin also alters brain chemicals that convey pain signals throughout the neurological system.
Pregabalin (“Lyrica 75 mg”) treats “fibromyalgia pain”, “nerve pain” in “diabetics” (“diabetic neuropathy”), “herpes zoster” (“post-herpetic neuralgia”), and “spinal cord injury”.
Lyrica 75 mg Uses:
Lyrica 75 mg (Pregabalin) alleviates pain caused by “diabetic nerve damage”, shingles (herpes zoster) infection, or spinal cord injury. This medicine is also used to relieve pain in “fibromyalgia patients”. It is also used with other drugs to treat specific types of seizures (focal seizures).
How to take Lyrica 75 mg?
- Lyrica 75 mg should be taken exactly as directed by your doctor.
- Read all drug guides or instruction sheets and follow all guidelines on your prescription label.
- Your dose may be adjusted on occasion by your doctor. Take the medication precisely as prescribed.
- Take the medication daily, with or without food.
- An extended-release tablet should not be crushed, chewed, or broken. Take the tablet whole.
- Use the accompanying dosing syringe, a specific dose-measuring spoon, or a medicine cup to measure liquid medicine. If you do not have a dose-measuring device, get one from your pharmacist.
- Do not discontinue this medicine without first visiting your doctor. When this medicine is abruptly stopped, several problems (such as seizures) may worsen. You may also have insomnia, nausea, headache, and diarrhea.
- Your doctor may gradually reduce your dose to prevent these symptoms while discontinuing therapy with this medicine. Report any new or worsening symptoms as soon as possible.
- Although it benefits many people, this medication can sometimes lead to addiction. Your risk may be increased if you have a substance use issue (such as overuse or addiction to drugs/alcohol).
- To reduce the danger of addiction, take this medication exactly as directed. For more information, consult your doctor or pharmacist. Inform your doctor if your issue persists or worsens.
How does the Lyrica 75 mg capsule work?
Lyrica 75mg A capsule is a seizure medicine. When used to treat epilepsy, it is thought to function by lowering aberrant electrical activity in the brain, thereby preventing seizures. It also treats nerve and muscular pain by interfering with pain signals that go through injured nerves and the brain.
Lyrica 75 mg side effects:
- “Breathing difficulties”
- “Tightness in the chest”
- “Swelling of the face, lips, eyelids, tongue, hands, and feet”
- “Unusual fatigue and weakness”
- “Vision impairment”
- “Mouth dryness”
- “Coordination failure”
- “Sleeping problems”
- “Bladder control problems”
- “Arm and foot tingling, burning, and numbness”
- “Gaining weight”
This is not an exhaustive list of possible adverse effects; more may arise. For medical advice on side effects, contact your doctor.
What if I forget to take a dose?
Take the medication as soon as possible, but skip the missed dose if your next dose is approaching. Take no more than one dose at a time.
What happens if I take too much?
Seek emergency medical treatment or dial 1-800-222-1222 for Poison Help.
What to stay away from
Avoid consuming alcohol. Lyrica's side effects may be exacerbated.
You should avoid driving or engaging in risky activities until you know how this medication may affect you. Your responses may be hampered.
Before using this medication,
If you are allergic to pregabalin, you should not take Lyrica 75 mg. To ensure that Lyrica 75 mg is safe for you, inform your doctor if you have ever had:
For example, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Depression, or mental illness
- Cardiac problems (especially congestive heart failure);
- Bleeding disorder or low platelet count in your blood;
- Kidney disease (or being on dialysis);
- Diabetes (unless you are on pregabalin for diabetic neuropathy treatment);
- Drug or alcohol addiction; or
- A severe allergic reaction (angioedema)
Medications will affect Lyrica 75 mg:
- When “Lyrica 75 mg” is combined with other drugs that decrease your breathing, it can result in hazardous adverse effects or death. Consult your doctor before using an opioid, sleeping pill, cold or allergy treatment, muscle relaxer, or prescription for anxiety or seizures.
- Inform your doctor about all of your other medications, particularly:
- Pioglitazone and rosiglitazone are two diabetes medications that can be taken orally.
- An ACE inhibitor is benazepril, captopril, enalapril, fosinopril, lisinopril, moexipril, perindopril, quinapril, ramipril, or trandolapril.
Any more seizure medications?
This is not an exhaustive list. Pregabalin may interact with other medications, including prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal supplements. This list does not include all probable medication interactions.
- Lyrica 75 mg has the potential to produce a severe allergic reaction. If you develop hives or blisters on your skin, difficulty breathing, or swelling in your face, mouth, or throat, stop taking this medication and get emergency medical attention.
- While taking Lyrica 75 mg capsule, some people suffer from suicidal thoughts. Keep an eye out for changes in your mood or symptoms. Inform your doctor about any new or worsening symptoms.
- Call your doctor if you experience weight gain or edema in your hands or feet while taking Lyrica 75 mg or if you have diabetes or heart problems.
- Even if you feel fine, do not abruptly discontinue the use of this medication. Stopping suddenly may result in withdrawal symptoms.
- Do not alter your dose without consulting your doctor. Inform your doctor if the drug does not appear as effective in treating your problem.
Lyrica 75 mg Capsule Useful Information:
- “Lyrica 75 mg Capsules” can be consumed with or without food. Do not chew or break the capsule in your mouth.
- Take this medication as directed by your doctor for the duration specified. Avoid taking more or less than what is prescribed.
- To make it easier to remember, take this medication at the same time every day.
- Tell your doctor if your symptoms don't get better or if you have any bad side effects.
- Avoid drinking alcohol because it can have negative consequences.
Q1) What is Lyrica 75 mg?
Ans: “Lyrica 75 mg” Pregabalin Capsule is a medication in the anticonvulsant class. It is used to treat “epileptic seizures”. It can also help with nerve pain (neuropathic pain”), which can be caused by diabetes, shingles, or an injury.
It is also used to treat fibromyalgia (a chronic illness that causes pain, weariness, muscle stiffness, discomfort, and problems sleeping or staying asleep). Your doctor may give you this medication to relieve anxiety in some instances.
Q2) When can I expect pain relief?
Ans: It may take a few weeks to see the full effects of Lyrica 75mg Capsules. People have reported pain reduction within a week of starting the Lyrica 75mg Capsule.
Q3) How long should I take Lyrica 75 mg capsules?
Ans: The “duration of Lyrica 75 mg Capsule use” is determined by the ailment for which you are taking this medication. If you are taking medicine for epilepsy and it is effective, you may have to continue taking it for years.
If you are taking it for neuropathic or fibromyalgia pain, you will most likely need to continue taking it for several months after your symptoms improve. This will ensure that the issue does not reoccur. You are not recommended to discontinue this medication without visiting your doctor.
Q4) Is it important to keep taking Lyrica 75 mg after get well?
Ans: Yes, You should not stop taking Lyrica 75 mg even if you feel fine. If you are taking it for epilepsy and suddenly stop taking it, you may experience seizures that do not stop.
Stopping it abruptly may cause withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, difficulty sleeping, feeling nauseous, discomfort, and sweating. These can be avoided if the dose of Lyrica 75 mg Capsule is progressively reduced.
Q5) Is Lyrica 75 mg addicted?
Ans: Addiction to “Lyrica 75 mg Capsule” is more likely in people who use it illegally. Taking Lyrica 75mg Capsule in higher doses or for longer periods may lead to addiction.
Furthermore, anyone with a history of drug abuse should never use Lyrica 75 mg Capsule. If you believe you are becoming physically dependent on Lyrica 75mg, contact your doctor right away.