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Nervz-G (Methylcobalamin,Gabapentin)

Uses
This medication is prescribed for such conditions as nerve damage, trigeminal nerve disease, long standing pain in arms and legs, anemia, trigeminal nerve disease and some others. Nervz-G contains methylcobalamin and gabapentin as their active ingredients. It works by reducing abnormal brain excitement and boosts the recovery process in damaged nerve cells.

Recommendations for Use
This medicine should be taken with food and enough water to prevent possible stomach ulcers and pain. All regular doses are always based on such important factors as individual tolerance and medical condition. Take Nervz-G regularly to experience its full benefit and inform doctors if your condition gets worse.

Precautions and Contraindications
Before starting this treatment, doctors should be informed about other meds that their patients take, their possible allergies and other pre-existing conditions, because they all can make users more susceptible to the adverse effects caused by Nervz-G. For instance, those patients who have any allergic reactions, liver diseases, are breastfeeding or pregnant should be very careful with its intake. Hypersensitivity to this drug is a clear contraindication, and it shouldnít be used if you have such serious medical conditions as muscle and stomach pain, kidney complications, urges to vomit, suicidal thoughts or behaviors, etc.

If you experience such annoying symptoms as dizziness, drowsiness, headaches and hypotension when taking Nervz-G, itís not safe to drive or do other things that require your full alertness. Doctors donít advise their patients to consume alcoholic beverages when undergoing this treatment, because they only intensify such symptoms as drowsiness.

Drug Interactions
When taking other medications or pharmaceutical products with Nervz-G, its possible side effects can be increased, while its effectiveness may be impacted. Drug interactions are dangerous, because they cause medications not to work as they should while increasing peopleís risk of serious side effects. Inform doctors about any other herbal supplements, vitamins, minerals, over-the-counter and prescriptions pills that youíre taking to prevent possible drug interactions.

When it comes to Nervz-G tablets, they may potentially interact with such products and medications as different antibiotics, antacids, aminosalicylic acid, H2 blockers, proton pump inhibitors and some others. Ensure that you avoid using them when undergoing this treatment to be on a safe side and get health benefits.

Side Effects
Like many other drugs, Nervz-G may cause specific side effects, and the most common ones include sudden behavioral changes, aggression, unusual weight gain, increased sleepiness, dancing eyes, dizziness and a few others. Most of them are mild, but if any of them persist, your physician should know about that. Serious adverse effects are rare when taking this medication, but if you experience any of them, get emergency medical help, because they can be very dangerous. As an example, patients who take Nervz-G may rarely end up with such severe signs as unusual fatigue, tremors, euphoria, dyspepsia, gastrointestinal problems, rhinitis and so on. Finally, its use may rarely cause allergic reactions, and they should be reported to doctors immediately. Stop taking this medicine once you start experiencing such symptoms as skin rash, difficulty breathing, drowsiness, dizziness, coughing, swelling, etc.
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