Lyrica 300 mg is used to treat pain caused by diabetic neuropathy or herpes zoster (shingles). It may also be used to relieve nerve pain caused by a spinal cord injury. This drug is also used to treat fibromyalgia-related pain.
Lyrica is also approved by the FDA for the treatment of partial-onset seizures in children aged one month and older. For this reason, Lyrica is often used with other anti-seizure drugs. It is uncertain if 300 mg Lyrica, when combined with other seizure drugs, is safe and effective in children under the age of one month for the treatment of partial-onset seizures.
Some Lyrica 300 mg capsule users have experienced swelling of the feet and hands; this may be especially harmful for people who already have heart problems. Lyrica 300, an anti-anxiety medicine, has been associated to sleepiness and vertigo. Don’t drive or operate heavy equipment until you know how Generic Lyrica may affect you. Eye or vision difficulties, such as impaired vision, renal problems, or the need for dialysis, should all be reported to your doctor.
Lyrica may induce life-threatening respiratory depression when used with other drugs that cause extreme sleepiness or impaired consciousness, or when taken by someone who already has breathing problems.