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Q: lyrica withdrawls

can lyrica cause withdrawls when suddenly stopping

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Teri Robert, Health Guide
12/21/08 7:26pm

Lyrica is a neuronal stabilizing agent, aka antiseizure medication or anticonvulsant. It should NOT be abruptly discontinued unless you're at a very low dosage and your doctor tells you to. Abruptly discontinuing this type of medication can actually cause seizures.


Please talk to your doctor about how to best stop this medication.



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