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About Gabapin 300
Gabapin 300 capsule includes Gabapentin, which is part of the anticonvulsant group. It is used to treat epilepsy, peripheral neuropathic pain and other conditions. Epilepsy is a disorder in which neurons fire in the brain. This can cause seizures, unusual behavior, sensations, and loss of awareness. Peripheral neuropathy is chronic pain that results from damage to nerves in the hands and feet due to diseases such as diabetes or shingles.
Gabapin 300 capsule is a combination medicine that includes anticonvulsant (Gabapentin), and antidepressant(Nortriptyline) to manage neuropathic pain. This is a chronic progressive nerve disorder that causes nerve pain.
It can be described as a burning, hot, throbbing or shooting pain in the hands and feet. Gabapentin reduces abnormal electrical activity in your brain. Gabapin medicine also reduces nerve pain by interfering in pain signals between the brain and damaged nerves. Follow the instructions of your doctor. You can take it with or without food. Take the medicine whole and drink a glass of water. Before taking, consult your doctor.
- Treat epilepsy
- Treatment of peripheral neuropathic pain
Working of Gabapin 300
Gabapin 300 is used to reduce abnormal electrical activity in your brain. It prevents seizures by inhibiting the activity of the voltage-gated calcium channel’s alpha-2 delta subunit and decreasing the release of excitatory neurotransmitters. It can also block pain signals from the brain and damaged nerves, thereby preventing nerve pain.
How can we use Gabapin 300
Gabapin 300 should be taken as directed by your doctor. You can take it with or without food. Take the medicine whole and drink a glass of water. Do not crush, chew, or chew the medicine. Your doctor will determine the right dose for you based on your age, weight, and other health conditions. Stop abruptly taking the medicine, as it could cause a seizure. To get better results, you should continue to take the medicine as long as your doctor has instructed.
- Uncontrolled eye movements
- Anxiety and agitation
- Nausea, Vomiting
- Unusual tiredness, weakness
- Lower back pain
- Appetite loss
- Dry mouth
- Weight loss
- Loss of coordination
How to manage side effects?
Nausea or vomiting:
Take this medicine just before or after meals. Simple meals are best. Avoid spicy or rich food.
Consume fiber-rich foods such as fresh fruits, vegetables, and cereals. Get plenty of water. Get more exercise.
To avoid dehydration, drink lots of fluids such as juice or water. Talk to your doctor before you take any medication.
Relax and rest. You have two options: slow eating or frequent smaller meals. A heat pad placed on your stomach can also be helpful. Talk to your doctor if you still feel pain.
Gabapentin 300 for Dogs
Gabapentin 300, an anticonvulsant analgesic, is often prescribed by veterinarians for dogs suffering from anxiety, pain, or seizures. It is an approved human medication. The use of it in veterinary medicine is considered “off-label”, meaning that it is not FDA-approved to be used on pets.