Find out detailed description, uses, directions of use, side effects, warnings and precautions, frequently asked questions about Pregaba NT 75 mg | 10 mg Tablet
Pregaba Nt Tablet is a combination medicine used for the treatment of neuropathic pain. It is a sensation of numbness, tingling and also feels like pins and needles. Pregaba Nt Tablet contains pregabalin and nortriptyline as the active ingredients. It should be taken as directed by the doctor and in doses and duration as prescribed. Before starting Pregaba Nt Tablet, inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding and about all the medicines and supplements you take and all the conditions or diseases you suffer from.
In Treatment of Neuropathic pain
Take this medicine in the dose and duration as advised by your doctor. Swallow it as a whole. Do not chew, crush or break it. Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet may be taken with or without food, but it is better to take it at a fixed time.
It is advised to take it at the same time each day as this helps to maintain a consistent level of medicine in the blood. Take this medicine in the dose and duration advised by your doctor as this is a habit-forming medicine. If you miss a dose of this medicine, take it as soon as you remember. Finish the full course of treatment even if you feel better. It is important not to stop this medication suddenly without talking to the doctor.
Q. What is Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet?
Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet is a combination of two medicines: Pregabalin and Nortriptyline. This medicine is useful in the treatment of nerve pain (neuropathic pain). It calms the damaged or overactive nerves by acting on the brain. Thereby, decreasing the pain sensation.
Q. Can I stop taking Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet when my pain is relieved?
No, you should not stop taking Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet even if your pain is relieved. Continue to take it as advised by your doctor. If you suddenly stop taking Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet, you may experience withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, sleeping difficulties, nausea, pain and sweating. You may need to gradually taper the dose before you stop the medication completely.
Q. How to manage weight gain associated with the use of Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet?
Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet can make you feel hungry which might make you eat more, thereby increasing your chances of putting on weight.. However, preventing weight gain is easier than losing increased weight. Try to eat a healthy balanced diet without increasing your portion sizes (per-meal intake). DO not eat foods that contain a lot of calories, such as soft drinks, oily food, chips, cakes, biscuits, and sweets. If you feel hungry between meals, avoid eating junk food and eat fruits, vegetables and low-calorie foods. Regular exercise will prevent weight gain. If you maintain good eating habits and exercise regularly, you might not gain any weight.
Q. Can the use of Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet cause sleepiness or drowsiness?
Yes, Pregaba NT 75 mg/10 mg Tablet may make you feel drowsy or you may suddenly fall asleep during your daily activities. Sometimes, you might not even feel drowsy or have any other warning signs before you suddenly fall asleep. Avoid driving a car, operating machinery, working at heights or participating in potentially dangerous activities at the beginning of your treatment until you know how the medicine affects you. Inform your doctor if you experience such episodes while taking this medicine.
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