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Is there an OTC drug that can replace Gabapentin in terms of nerve pain?

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ldywysteria 15 March 2018

The only drug I know of that you can buy it over-the-counter as well as by prescription [prescribed for (higher mg's- "prescription dose")] is Naproxen. It is the active ingredient in Aleve*. It is also usually available in a cheaper store brand simply labeled naproxen.
I've used this for nerve pain w/ successful results.
*Aleve is trademarked.

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ShanMan72 26 Oct 2013

To add... do not try herbal remedies either unless you consult your physician first, as there may be some herbal suppliments to help and be cheaper than prescription. I will not provide the herbal suppliment names, however, you can research it!

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Sherrithegreat 6 April 2017

Are you a prescription drug salesperson?

endlessPred 25 Oct 2013

No. Only your doctor can help you.

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Vincent S Odom Sr 28 Aug 2017

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