i have read several things on neurocet/neurofen, being prescribed for a variance of symptoms from chronic pain to anxiety but am finding the info to be sketchy .does this exist, it supposedly is non-narcotic,and yet im seeing a few people on this site complain of addiction?i have a good doc;whom i dont want to waste his time if it isnt a legitimate drug,does anyone have some real info on this?.
7 Oct 2012
Are you sure it is neurocet and not Neurontin? This is a gabapentin, which is an anti-epileptic medication for seizures, it affects the chemicals and nerves that cause seizures and pain. I don't believe that it is addictive. They prescribe it for chronic pain of diseases like RSD/CRPS. Most of us that have RSD have taken Neurontin for years and have had no troubles with it except for weight gain, that is one of the only side effects that I have heard about but I am sure there are many more. Neurontin is given for a lot of different problems, so maybe that is what you are looking for. I hope this helps and this is what you are looking for.
7 Oct 2012
It does exist, in most of the world except the usa and canada. However its not for pain. I found an article from a pain clinic that claims its good for pain, but that's the only mention of it for that. Here is a link on it (generic name) It has many names throughout the world. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piracetam
7 Oct 2012
Neurocet and neufron are the same thing.Pharmaceutical Grade Ibuprofen,manufactured in the UK,and sold in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.I don't see how it could be addictive,except from a strictly mental and emotional outlook.Most US Dr's wil prescribe it as High dose Ibuprofen,which of course is much more than a regular tab of OTC Ibuprofen
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