Think twice: rxisk.org/kicking-lyrica/ The same is true for Gabapentin. In my personal opinion and experience you want to be able to gauge your RLS on a day to day basis and take meds accordingly.
For more than 6 months now I have been taking a cocktail of painkillers for a lower spine/sciatica severe pain. And in the course of which turning myself into a perambulating zombie - but, I ask, which tablet/s is/are most likely to be often reducing me to an energy-deprived, twitching, sleepy-head, with balance problems ?
Hi there, I had been on Ropineron 1/2 mg for 15 years for my RLS and it worked fine but 6 months ago I noticed it was not working as well any more and now things are worse than they were before I started taking it. I am guessing I have Augmentation so have come off of it and my GP has prescribed Lyrica .
So I had ny appt with gthe rheumatology clonic and I got yet another registrar who I have never met, so I sort of lost it and started crying and said well if you read my notes you will know what is going on I am so sick of going through the whole story every time I come here. Where is the Dr I have been seeing before gone.
1 ) In June 2016 I was diagnosed by a Toronto Pain Specialist as having Small Nerve Peripheral Neuropathy, described as Idiopathic Pain. My symptoms began in June 2015 in my legs and feet and include freezing cold, numbness, burning, tingling and throbbing pain ( mostly on my left side ).