FAQ - Pregabalin

/ p r e g ə b æ l ɪ n /

Is Pregabalin a Painkiller?

Yes, Pregabalin can be used as a painkiller especially for nerve pain. Pregabalin is also prescribed for a number of other conditions including epilepsy, fibromyalgia and general anxiety disorder (GAD).

How does Pregabalin Work?

Pregabalin works by binding to the calcium channels found on nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. This action reduces the release of certain neurotransmitters and stabilizes electrical activity in the brain.

What is Pregabalin Used For?

Pregabalin can be used for a number of conditions including epilepsy, neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, restless leg syndrome, and general anxiety disorder. Pregabalin can also be used to treat seizures in adults and children who are at least 1 month old.

How does Pregabalin Differ from Gabapentin?

Although Pregabalin and Gabapentin belong to the same class of medicines (gabapentinoids) and treat similar conditions, Pregabalin has a number of advantages. Pregabalin works at much lower doses, is faster absorbing and less likely to cause severe side-effects.

How much does Pregabalin Cost?

Pregabalin is available via online pharmacies for about £1.00 per pill. Discounts are usually available if you buy in larger quantities.


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