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What is Pregabalin (Lyrica)

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Pregabalin (aka Lyrica) is an antiepileptic drug which is based on the gamma-aminobutyric acid. Except treatment of epilepsy, the tool is also used for chronic pain, anxiety disorder, fibromyalgia and severe spinal injuries. "+" of this drug over other means of this type is a very fast action. By the way, to find a pharmacy where you can buy you can online precept.of the Russian Federation.

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Ingredients:

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  • pregabalin;
  • corn starch;
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  • lactose monohydrate;
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Mechanism of action

This drug is an analogue of gamma-aminobutyric acid in the human body (or to be more precise, in the Central nervous system) Pregabalin binds to subunit of calcium channels. The active ingredient of the drug, which is pregabalin slows the transport of calcium into neurons, and this, in turn, contributes to the manifestation of analgesic and anticonvulsant effects.

Use of this drug leads to a decrease in the intervention of pain neurotransmitters directly into the synapses, and this, in turn, inhibits the conduction of impulses in various pathological conditions of the human body. For pain syndromes of the Genesis of neuropathic Pregabalin has analgesic effect, in addition, it also removes postoperative pain.

This medicine is quite well tolerated by patients in therapeutic doses: according to the medical testing - even a double excess dosing does not affect a man of pronounced negative impact. Also, Pregabalin is not toxic to cellular genetic structures and does not have a carcinogenic effect.

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Indications for use

Pregabalin is recommended for treatment of pain in patients who suffer from fibromyalgia, and other diseases of neuropathic origin.

in addition, the medication is also used in epilepsy and generalized anxious disorder (as an additional anticonvulsant therapy).

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