Gabapentin With Methylcobalamin
Gabapentin & Methylcobalamin are two anticonvulsants, mainly used to treat partial seizures. This medication relieves pain by altering the calcium channel activity of nerve cells. Gabapentin treats seizures or fits by balancing chemical messengers in the brain, thereby reducing abnormal brain activity. Methylcobalamin is a vitamin B12 coenzyme that produces myelin, which rejuvenates and protects damaged nerve cells.
This medication controls bodily functions such as cell division, blood formation, and protein synthesis. It is also used to treat diabetic and alcoholic neuropathy. Moreover, Gabapentin and Methylcobalamin Capsules alleviate pain and have accompanying symptoms such as mood swings, sleep problems, and fatigue.
This medication is prescribed for the treatment of Neuropathic pain in patients. Taking this medicine regularly will improve your physical and social functioning overall. It takes a few weeks to work so you need to use it regularly even if you feel it is not doing any good.
There are many symptoms that can be caused by the use of this medicine. However, it is only prescribed by the doctor if you are ready to take it. In case you are concerned about the following symptoms then consult with a healthcare consultant-
The doctor will decide the dosage and duration based on your medical condition. It is usually taken with or without food along with a glass of water. Do not chew, crush, or break it and follow the dosage according to the prescription.
Can I take a higher than the recommended dose of this medicine?
No, taking a higher than recommended dose can lead to increased chances of side effects and toxicity.
Is gabapentin in this medicine used as a painkiller?
No, it is not considered an opioid or painkiller.
Do gabapentin & Methylcobalamin Capsules used to help with joint pain?
No, it is not used for routine pain caused by minor injuries or arthritis.
Who can not take this medicine?
People 65 years of age or older or who have a condition that affects their lungs, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are not recommended.