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Nupentin (Gabapentin) - 100mg (100 Capsules)

Nupentin (Gabapentin) - 100mg (100 Capsules)

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Gabapentin 100mg

Gabapentin (Nupentin) is used to reduce epileptic suizures in people with epilepsy and can also provide relief from neurological pain. It is also useful for women who are undergoing treatment for breast cancer or that have extreme hot flashes due to menopause. Some are puzzled by that because it is classified as an anticonvulsant medication. However, this product is one that can change the way the mind sends certain signals to the body. By reducing some of those processes then a woman can feel better.

The duration of time to use Gabapentin will vary by the patient. The treatment for breast cancer can be a long road. Some women go through menopause rapidly and others end up dealing with it for years before that overall transition is completed. This medicine for menopause is generally reserved for women that have been struggling with hot flashes for a long period of time.

Your doctor will give you the lowest possible dose of this medicine that they can to help you get the help you need. It may be necessary to change the dose over time to offer you the most benefits. Keep track of how you feel so that you can share such information with the doctor at follow up appointments.

Only take the dose that your doctor recommends. If you skip doses then it wonít be effective for you. Take it with food or without but always make sure you drink a full glass of water with it. Donít stop taking Gabapentin without the approval of your doctor. Suddenly stopping can cause your body to go through various unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

It isnít recommended to consume alcohol as that will reduce the overall value from Gabapentin. Some common side effects reported include headaches, feeling dizzy, and fatigue. They should go away in a week or so after you start using it. If they linger then you will want to discuss that with your doctor. They may need to reduce your medication or change it.

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