Lyrica Report: Disinhibition confusion inability stop
A following Lyrica side effect report was submitted by a user.
Female patient reported the following Lyrica side effects :
Disinhibition, confusion, inability to stop talking, mind is in slow motion, flatline thoughts; no conscious thoughts, slurred speech, mild back pain, dizziness, somnolence
It\'s as if everything I\'m thinking is bypassing my brain and coming out of my mouth. I do not feel full and need to \'taste everything\'. I don\'t care about any consequences and will do anything that pleases me at that moment. Time seems to have slowed down in my head. I experience slurred speech and am often confused by basic directions. Even though I am bipolar, these symptoms only occur on Lyrica and are severe in their nature.Side Effect Event date: Sunday February 10th 12:00:00 AM
Medication Dosage: 150mg/Bid
Medication Frequency: PRN
Patient Age: 23
Patient Weight: 190
Other medications: None
Pre-existing conditions: Bipolar
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? No
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