Lyrica, known generically as pregabalin, is used to treat symptoms associated with neuropathic pain. The drug is also used to treat seizures in adults who are already taking one or more antiseizure medication. Manufactured by Pfizer, Lyrica was approved in 2004 as a substitute medication for Neurontin.
Patients typically prescribed the medication include:
Lyrica may increase thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has admitted a suicide link between patients taking Neurontin, a similar epilepsy drug used to also treat shingles and nerve pain.
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