Pregabalin 300 mg

Pregabalin 300 mg

  • Brand: Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd
  • Model: Pregabalin 300 mg
  • SKU: PGB300
  • Active Ingredient: Pregabalin
  • Treatment: Chronic Pain
  • Availability: In Stock

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  • $60.00 - $125.00

Pregabalin 300 mg (Pregarica) is used to treat “long-lasting (chronic) pain caused by nerve damage due to diabetes, shingles, or spinal cord injury.

“Pregabalin 300 mg capsules” are structurally similar to the inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). It is used to treat some kinds of epilepsy (also known as seizures or fits). It is also used to treat nerve pain and fibromyalgia discomfort.

Pregabalin 300mg capsules are structurally similar to the inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). It is used to treat some kinds of epilepsy (also known as seizures or fits). It is also used to treat nerve pain and fibromyalgia discomfort.

What is Pregabalin 300 mg? 

Pregabalin belongs to a class of drugs known as “anticonvulsants. It is employed in treating epilepsy, neuropathic pain, and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Epilepsy is a neurological illness in which nerve cell activity in the brain is disrupted, resulting in seizures. 

“Pregabalin 300 mg” treats a specific type of epilepsy in adults (partial seizures with or without subsequent generalization). Peripheral and central neuropathic pain is caused by nerve damage outside the brain and spinal cord. 

Pregarica 300 mg (Pregabalin) is used to alleviate pain caused by nerve injury. Neuropathic pain may influence physical and social functioning and the overall quality of life due to mood changes, sleep disruptions, and exhaustion. 

Pregabalin 300 mg dosage:

This medication can be used either with or without food. Make it at the same time every day if possible.

  • This medication is available as a capsule or an oral solution.
  • If you take an oral solution, measure your dose with the oral syringe.
  • Your doctor will determine the dose of this medication. Depending on your health and response to the drug, your doctor will advise you on the best course of therapy.
  • Pregabalin must be taken regularly to be effective. Keep taking this medication even if you feel better. If you stop taking it abruptly, your illness may worsen.
  • Pregabalin should be taken exactly as prescribed by your doctor or as stated on the label. Take no more or less than your doctor has prescribed. 

How Pregabalin 300 mg does works?

  • “Pregabalin 300 mg Capsule” is used to treat epilepsy. 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.
  • Pregabalin 300 mg, Adult Dosage: Neuropathic pain Initial dose: 150 mg/day; after 3-7 days, increase to 300 mg/day. 
  • After another seven days, the maximum dose is 600 mg/day. All doses should be administered in 2-3 split doses.
  • Adjunctive treatment for partial seizures; epilepsy: After one week, the dose may be increased to 300 mg daily. After a further week, the maximum daily dose is 600 mg. All doses should be administered in two or three divided doses.
  • Fibromyalgia: 150 mg daily at first, then 300 mg daily after one week. If necessary, a maximum daily intake of 450 mg. All doses should be administered in two or three divided doses.
  • Anxiety: 150 mg daily at first, with weekly increases of 150 mg. The maximum daily dose is 600 mg. All doses should be administered in two or three divided doses.

What is the usage of taking Pregabalin 300 mg?

  • Pregabalin 300mg a capsule is a medication used to relieve long-term (chronic) pain caused by nerve damage caused by diabetes, shingles, or spinal cord injury. It alleviates pain and related symptoms, such as mood swings, sleep issues, and fatigue. 
  • It is considered to interfere with pain signals sent by injured nerves to the brain. Taking this medication daily will improve your physical and social functioning and general quality of life. It takes a few weeks to work, so take it regularly, even if you don't think it’s helping. You should keep taking medicine until your doctor tells you to stop, even if your symptoms have gone away.
  • Treatment of Epilepsy/Seizures 300mg Pregabalin Capsule is an anticonvulsant medication used to treat adults with certain types of epilepsy. It is believed to function by delaying nerve impulses in the brain that trigger seizures (fits). 
  • It alleviates symptoms like bewilderment, uncontrollable jerking movements, loss of awareness, and fear or anxiety. It will give you greater confidence in your daily activities. 
  • It may allow you to undertake things you would otherwise be forbidden or terrified to accomplish (such as swimming and driving). 
  • It may take many weeks for this medication to take effect, and you may still experience seizures. Even if you feel fine, do not stop taking this medication until your doctor tells you to. Missed dosages may result in a seizure.
  • Pregabalin capsules may also be used to relieve pain in fibromyalgia patients. It alleviates pain and mood swings, sleep issues, and weariness that can accompany it. It disrupts pain messages as they go through the brain. Continue taking the medication until your doctor tells you to stop. 

Pregabalin 300 mg Side effects:

Most adverse effects are minimal and will subside as your body adjusts to the medication. Consult your doctor if they do not go away or if you are concerned.

  • Vision impairment
  • Dizziness and difficulty focusing
  • Mouth dryness
  • Edema (swelling)
  • Sleepiness gaining weight


Take extra care if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Patients suffering from cardiovascular disease (including heart failure) 
  • Angioedema bouts or substance abuse in the 
  • Lactation and pregnancy 
  • Stay away from alcohol.


If you are taking any of the following medications, please notify your doctor and pharmacist:

  • Oxycodone 
  • Captopril, Enalapril, Lorazepam 
  • Inform your doctor and pharmacist if you take additional medications, including herbal tonics, vitamins, or over-the-counter medications.
  • This list does not contain all medications that may interact with Pregabalin.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1) Does pregabalin work the same for every infection?

Ans: No! Pregabalin 300mg Capsule works in various ways to treat infections. It prevents seizures in epilepsy by reducing abnormal electrical activity in the cerebrum. It prevents anguish messages from the cerebrum to the spine when in persistent discomfort.

Pregabalin 300mg Capsule was prescribed to me for shingles nerve pain.

Q2) When will I be able to anticipate relief from pain? 

Ans: It may take up to a month to get the full benefits of using Pregabalin 300mg. Still, people who took Pregabalin for seven days said their pain disappeared.

Q3) How long do I need to wait for a Pregabalin 300mg capsule? 

Ans: The duration of Pregabalin 300 mg use is determined by the ailment for which you are taking this medication. If you are taking it for epilepsy and it is helping you, you may need to continue taking it for quite some time.

If you are taking it for neuropathic or fibromyalgia pain, you should continue taking it for an extended period if your symptoms worsen. This will ensure that the problem does not reoccur. It would be best if you did not stop taking this medicine without first consulting your primary care physician.

Q4) Is it necessary to continue taking a Pregabalin 300 even if I feel fine? 

Ans: You should not stop taking Pregabalin if you feel fine. If you use it for epilepsy and then quickly discontinue it, you may get seizures that do not stop. Stopping abruptly may cause withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, difficulty sleeping, feeling drained, agony, and sweat. These can be avoided if the dosage of Pregabalin is gradually reduced.

Q5) Pregabalin's effect on the nerves 

Ans: Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant drug. It lowers the number of pain signals from the body's wounded nerves.

Q6) When should you take Pregabalin at night? 

Ans: If you forget to take the extended-release pill after supper, take it before bed with a snack. If you forget to take it before bedtime, take it after breakfast. If you forget to take it the next day, take it after your evening meal at the usual time.

Q7) Is it okay to consume alcohol while taking Pregabalin? 

Ans: Because alcohol enhances the sedative effects of Pregabalin, it is not advised to consume it when you first start taking it. Once you find the right amount, you can drink alcohol in moderation, but it may make you sleep more than usual.

Q8) Is Pregabalin addictive?

Ans: Pregabalin addiction is more common in people who take it for prohibited purposes. Taking Pregabalin in higher doses or for longer periods may result in fixation. Similarly, anyone with a history of illicit drugs should never use them. See your primary care physician immediately if you suspect you are becoming susceptible to Pregabalin.

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