Gabapin 300 MG Capsule is an antiepileptic medication that is used to treat neuropathic pain. Diabetes, cancer, spinal issues, thyroid difficulties, and HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus) infection can all cause nerve damage. It can also be used in conjunction with other medications to treat epilepsy (abnormal brain activity that causes seizures). Gabapin 300 MG Capsule works in your brain by reducing electrical activity that isn’t normal and stopping pain signals from getting through.
Side effects of Gabapin 300 MG Capsule include weariness, lack of coordination, dizziness, and sleepiness. These are transitory adverse effects that normally go away on their own. If you are concerned about these side effects, speak with your doctor. This medication may induce changes in mood and behaviour. If you experience mood swings or suicidal thoughts, call your doctor right away.
Depending on your doctor’s instructions, Gabapin 300 MG Capsule can be taken with or without meals. Even if you feel better after a few doses, you should continue to take this medication for the whole term. Complete the whole course to reap the most rewards.
Gabapin 300 MG Capsule should not be taken by children under the age of six.If you have renal illness or any other medical issue, tell your doctor. You should not stop taking this medication unless your doctor tells you to. If you stop suddenly, you might feel anxious, tired, sweaty, throw up, feel sad, have seizures, or see things that aren’t there.
If you are pregnant or nursing, do not use Gabapin (300 MG Capsule). Your doctor will only give you this if the benefits are more important than the risks. If that’s not the case, he or she will suggest another medicine that will work better.