The Miscellaneous page is for the medications that do not fit the other existing medication category of Remedy Counter. Currently featuring on our page is a commonly prescribed anti-seizure medication called Gabapentin. Gabapentin is an anti-epileptic medication with promising effectiveness for treating neuropathic pain. FDA approved the use of Gabapentin in the year 1993, and have been available in the USA since 2004.Currently, the FDA approves the use of Gabapentin for treating-
The off-label benefits of the medication include treating bipolar disorder, neuropathic pain, anxiety, fibromyalgia, mood disorders, alcohol withdrawal, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Clinical studies suggest the safety profile of these anticonvulsants makes them safe for long-term use with a lower risk of abuse and dependency. RemedyCounter pharmacy retails brand versions of Gabapentin in three different dosage strengths-
Beginners are recommended to start with a lower dose of this anticonvulsant which can be administered three times a day.
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