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Neurontin and Myoclonus

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By NinaJ
July 13, 2014
NinaJ wrote
3 months on Neurontin
I stopped taking the neurontin, weening myself off if it and a month later still having bad arthritis pain. I hope you have stopped taking it as well.
Hi Sonya  |  July 23, 2014
I have been taking Neurontin for about 2 1/2 months and I am having some of the same symptoms. I wake up most mornings with both arms (from my elbows on down) are numb and in pain. My feet swell very mad also and so does my face. I started out taking 100mg three times a day to taking 300mg four times a day. I'm still in constant pain and my mood swings are horrible. My lymph nodes under my arm is also swollen, red, and painful. I have migraines. I totally understand how you feel.
Sonya  |  July 14, 2014
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December 9, 2013
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September 7, 2013
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What patients are saying about Neurontin and Myoclonus

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a problem with worse myoclonic jerks when I was on neuront...
...in dopamine can cause myoclonus. Anti-ds increase serotonin reuptake ...dopamine. I think I did have a problem with worse myoclonic jerks when I was on neurontin, which is close to Lyrica....
and it has helped with insomnia, seizures, and myoclonus...
...took Keppra and it turned him into a zombie drooling all over himself. He is on liquid Neurontin now (1/2 tsp at bedtime) and it has helped with insomnia, seizures, and myoclonus. I no longer...
spinal myoclonus and palatal myoclonus and was on Nuerontin...
HI . I can totally relate to you. I have spinal myoclonus and palatal myoclonus and was on Nuerontin for 5 years. Unfort it did not help me at all, but I am very glad that it helped you....
but I had it for 2 years before I took the Neurontin...
...I'm taking Neurontin for nerve pain and I was ...affected how the myoclonus has been. I ...meds anyway. I have bilateral myoclonus but I had it for 2 years before I took the Neurontin. I ...
seemed to help. My husband could not tolerate the Neurotin
...husband also suffers from Myoclonic Jerks. His Neurologist ...help. My husband could not tolerate the Neu...
mine worse, made me have halucinations and made me suicidal...
Nuerontin made mine worse, made me have halucinations and made me suicidal. Have you looked into celiac disease ? I have gotten over my myoclonus and mobility issues by getting the gluten and food...
in gradual low increases up to high amounts. the myoclonus...
...Neurontin like others before for years. it controlled the jerks seizures well without a lot of side effects. and can be given in gradual low increases up to high amounts. the myoclonus...
I will admit it really helps. Unfortunally it has not helped...
Jaycee, I am on Neurontin but not for my ataxia, it is for my nerve pain. I will admit it really helps. Unfortunally it has not helped with my ataxia. I ...definatly helps with my Myoclonus. I have...
nocturnal myoclonus and treated with neurontin, mine can...
...diagnosed with nocturnal myoclonus and treated with neurontin, ...control.I have chronic neuro lyme and coinfections still in active treatment due to new tick bites ,also dx now with EBV & ...
in. I was on Neurontin for awhile (before I developed...
...taken the same dose for 5 years and it's still working. Seems to me that if a med is helping, and you're not having to constantly increase the doseage, you'd want to stay on in. I was on Neuro...
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