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quietpain
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Date Joined Apr 2008
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   Posted 5/5/2008 12:09 PM (GMT -7)   
There is drug Lyrica- This is your best drug to look at. Talk to doctor.

Oddly nuerontin was not designed fo affective disorder, but for epiepsy. I failed as an anticonvulsant, but did snow mild mood improvementin those which seizures. (not enough to work as antidepressant.) Neurontin, they did notice as the chemists got to the drug does something to calm dose nerves. Because of that it is routinely used for nerve pain - like the pian the remanins after the shinges and back pain. Neurontin and Topamax are unannounced - mostly becuase they resuts aren't strong enough to put into mental texts for lableing.

I do not have severe pain migrainrance but I use to. I wiukd be confuned to be, under cover- kight made it worse. So I take topamax. Some use neurontini to losw rught (your aratte dimninishes (10ilbs). Some try to use it as a mood regulator, but science would say the ade either happy or nypo-manic,untreated, Bipolar doesn't mean everyone is nebebr in the middle, in fact, most live somewhere in middle, but topamax derprssion/mania it comes a it won't be because the drug was too low, It will be because see wasn't on moood sablized.What I take topamx and millions of other do is for migraienes suppression. I haven't got a clue if that would help thrlp.

quitpain



Cybalta should be your antidepressant because it is a proven anti-depressant effet and dual properties pain managemt being the other.(As An sntidepressant it should be the first one give many now believe)

I would also add topamax, at nightand at dat it will making you tired, I adjusted and took up to 800mg day So there is a lot to work with. Provivgil will keep you awake. you feel normal-not addictive of astimulant.



Then there is the drug on the tip of my tongue - lyrica - I think is your best try in using oschiatric drug for pai
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