and how does it mix with seroquil? And is it in the opiate family?
NO... Pregabalin is a nerve pain med they give to people with fibromyalgia, pain from diabeties, and pain from shingles... Lyrica is what its called..It works well for me, just very expensive... i don't know about seroquil, but, no not an opiate... I think it works well WITH vicodin... hope this helps..put in seroquil and pregabalin in the interactions checker on this website and it will tell you all you need to know.. good luck!
No, Pregabalin (Lyrica) is not a opiate like hydrocodone (Vicodin). It is a excellent drug if you have fibromyalagia or similar nerve type ailments.
It has literally helped people get out of bed and live again after being down for years..Give this drug a few weeks to get into your system also you may fiind that the doctor starts you on a low dose due to some of the side effects (dizzy ect). So you will likely need to go up in your dose... Dave
No it's not like taking Vicodin if you use it correctly it will help a lot. To the gentleman who committed on it was too expensive if you go to your doctor he can give you a discount card My doctor gave me one and instead of paying over $500.for my prescription I pay $25.00 you can also go on line to Lyrica discounts you fill out the information and they will send you a card. So if you really do well on the prescription I would take my advice I HOPE THIS HELPS AND GOOD LUCK
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