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Old 12-10-2020, 01:36 PM #21
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Oh Hudson, another story on this terrible drug...thanks for giving yours and sorry for all your misery....I would not touch it and won't touch many other drugs either...

My strongest pain med is 1 ibuprofen and 1 extra strength tylenol (generic) every 6 hrs....and I get thru my 24 hrs and I'm 82......

Now and then I will wake up during night in a lot of body pain, from shoulders to feet, and it happened last night, so I took my 2 pain meds 1 hr earlier, and it got me back to sleep. And always with some food as I keep a couple crackers on my nightstand for that reason and eat them during night wake ups.

I take a LOT of supplements and my most helpful for the neuropathy seems to be Inosine and I need to order it again as I'm about out.... I've posted a lot here and I deal with all my issues since hip replacement 10 yrs ago....

Thanks again and welcome and make some changes, MSM in water a couple times a day helps calm pain too....
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i am on it now just 50 mg twice a day ..stopped taking it for few days and didnt feel any different... i know i have gained some weight which i cant stand..i have taken lyrica in the past and no problem getting off. it effects everyone differently
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