Gabapentin, which is foun in gabantin 300mg CAPSULE, is a member of the class of drugs known as anticonvulsants. It improves peripheral neuropathic pain and is use alone or in combination with other medications to treat different types of epilepsy.
The disordered nerve cell activity in the brain known as epilepsy can result in convulsions or episodes of strange behavior, feelings, and occasional unconsciousness. The long-term weakness, numbness, or discomfort known as peripheral neuropathic pain is brough on by injury to the nerves in the hands and legs and is characterise by feelings of heat, burning, throbbing, shooting, acute, tingling, and numbness.
Avoid stopping the use of GABANTIN 300MG CAPSULE as this may raise the risk of seizures. Before beginning the treatment, your doctor might request that you undergo a few tests.
Patients who have kidney issues, are receiving hemodialysis, have muscle pain and/or weakness, experience various types of seizures, including absence seizures, persistent stomach pain, feeling sick, and being sick (symptoms of an inflamed pancreas), a history of drug dependence or abuse, intolerance to certain sugars, or have respiratory or nervous system disorders should use gabadin 300 mg capsule with caution.
Use of GABANTIN 300MG CAPSULE during pregnancy and breast-feeding is not advised. Children under the age of six should not use GABANTIN 300MG CAPSULE, and patients 65 years of age and over should use it with caution.
Self-harming ideas are one of the significant side effects of GABANTIN 300MG CAPSULE; if you have any strange symptoms, call your doctor right away.