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Old 03-26-2019, 05:41 PM   #1
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both lyrica and neurontin have been mentioned to me for my small fiber neuropothy. has anyone had experience with both. which one did you prefer. both sounds like getting off is hell.

any other choices appreciated.

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A friend dealt with and still does but it's so improved, finally got off neurontin and took lyrica for a while but off it too. She's getting pretty decent relief with Grape Seed Extract. I've been taking it going on 25 yrs.
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