Neurontin may be prescribed along with other medications to treat partial seizures. In partial seizures, the symptoms may seem somewhat limited and begin in a limited area of the brain. Some of them spread throughout the rest of the brain and are called secondarily generalized seizures. Neurontin does not prevent seizures that begin on both sides of the brain at the same time (primary generalized seizures). Neurotin is usually used as an additional seizure medicine when another medicine has not been able to control all of the patient’s partial seizures. This kind of use is called “add-on” or “adjunctive therapy.” If you have a family member or friend that has such seizures, do them a favour and investigate the online options for purchasing Neurontin. In most cases, you will save a lot more than if you had simply walked into your local pharmacy, and this is especially true if you buy Neurontin from a Canadian pharmacy.
Neurontin can also be used to relieve the burning nerve pain that may persist for months or even years after having shingles (herpes zoster). Doctors prescribe it regularly because Neurontin can and does control the pain that follows herpes and shingles, allowing patients to function more normally during their day-to-day lives and even when outbreaks occur. If you think that you or someone you know may gain from Neurotin, be sure to do some more investigating here online, then ask your/their doctor if it is ideal. If it is, look to have your prescription filled online and save on your monthly bill for meds.
Neurotin is also known as Gabapentin.
What is Neurontin prescribed for?
For some conditions, such as shingles (postherpetic neuralgia), gabapentin (Neurontin, Gralise) is a medication used to help manage certain epileptic seizures and relieve pain. Dizziness and drowsiness are common gabapentin side effects. Weight gain and uncoordinated movement are possible side effects.
How does Gabapentin make you feel?
Gabapentin can produce feelings of relaxation, calmness, and euphoria. Some users have reported that the high from snorted gabapentin can be similar to taking a stimulant. It can also enhance the euphoric effects of other drugs, like heroin and other opioids, and is likely to increase the risks when taken in this way.