- Gabapentin 100 mg is used along with other drugs to control and prevent seizures.
- This medicine is used to relieve the nerve pain caused by shingles (due to herpes zoster infection)
- Gabapentin 100 mg is also known as antiepileptic or anticonvulsant medicine.
- Gamma-aminobutyric acid analogs are the drug class of Gabapentin 100 mg.
- Take this medicine only orally as the doctor suggests.
- Gabapentin, USP
- Corn starch
- Magnesium stearate
Inform your doctor or pharmacist about your medical history before taking Gabapentin 100 mg as follows
- If you have any allergies
- Kidney disease
- Mental disorders (depression)
- Drug abuse
- Avoid stopping this medicine instantly after you start feeling better
- Breathing problems (such as COPD)
- Before having surgery tell your dentist/doctor about the products you use like prescription medicine and herbal products.
As directed by the health care expert.
Common side effects
- Sore throat
- Jerky movements
Severe side effects
- Blue-colored skin
- Trouble in muscle movement
- Increased seizures
- Before using Gabapentin 100 mg, read the label carefully.
- Keep this medicine out of children’s reach.
- Avoid taking the extra doses as the doctor recommended.
- Children/pregnant women must consult a doctor before taking it.
- Store Gabapentin 100 mg in a dry, cool place & away from sun rays.