Pain is unpleasant to live with no matter what form it comes in. You could have mild pain such as a light headache, moderate pain such as tension in the neck and shoulders or intense pain for instance the pain that arises from dropping a brick on your foot or putting your hand into a flame. Some pain is long-lasting and other pain disappears mercifully quickly.
Long-lasting pain such as fibromyalgia is depressing. Fibromyalgia is pain in the musculoskeletal system and it is not something that can be pinpointed by doctors so for a long time it was believed to be an ‘excuse’ used by people who just wanted to take medication. Now it is recognised as being valid although it is not yet fully understood.
Fibromyalgia is diagnosed if you suffer with pain in a number of areas in the body and you have had this pain consistently for more than 3 months. It is believed to be a hereditary condition and if you have arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, you are more at risk of getting fibromyalgia. What is also not fully understood is that more women than men suffer from fibromyalgia
Pregabalin 300 mg attaches to calcium found in the brain, the spinal cord and in the nerve cells and this blocks certain nerve transmitters resulting in extremely reduced pain and anxiety. Only take 1 tablet of pregbalin unless the pain is severe then you can take up to two tablets per day. Try to take pregabalin 300 mg at the same time every day.
The side effects are usually mild and can be avoided if you adhere strictly to the recommended doses. When you take pregabalin 300 mg you could experience headaches, dizziness and sleepiness.
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