Pregnancy: Risk cannot be ruled out. Lactation: Caution advised or effect undetermined.
Management of postherpetic neuralgia in adults
Adjunctive therapy in the treatment of partial onset seizures with and without secondary generalization in adults and pediatric patients 3 years and older with epilepsy
Somnolence dizziness ataxia fatigue tremor nystagmus diplopia rash amblyopia dysarthria amnesia asthenia paraesthesia arthralgia purpura leucopenia
anxiety weight increase UTI pharyngitis. Diarrhoea dry mouth peripheral oedema abnormal gait abnormal thoughts accidental Injectionury back pain constipation
nausea confusion hypoesthesia vertigo dyspnoea fever RTI otitis media pneumonia appetite changes hostility confusion emotional lability
depression convulsions increase in seizure frequency onset of new seizure type hyperkinesia abnormal coordination visual disturbances hypertension
vasodilation dental abnormalities cough rhinitis skin disorders impotence wt gain flu-like symptoms raised LFTs fracture abrasion.
Precautions: Renal impairment haemodialysis acute pancreatitis history of psychotic illness. History of substance abuse. Absence seizures. Elderly. Monitor patients
for suicidal thoughts. Risk of severe hypersensitivity reactions incl DRESS; investigate symptoms (eg fever lymphadenopathy rash) promptly. Risk of severe
respiratory depression. Discontinuation of gabapentin and/or addition or substitution of alternative therapy should be gradual over a minimum of 1 week.