Gabapentin for Nerve Damage – Myasthenia Gravis
Gabapentin, which common brands are Gralise, Horizant, Neuraptine, is used to help treat temporary nerve damage after surgery.
However, for those with Myasthenia gravis, Gabapentin is on the list of cautionary drugs. But it can be deemed safe by a medical professional for a patient with MG if the dose is low enough.
Have you been put on Gabapentin to help with nerve pain after surgery, possibly a thymectomy? If so, did you experience any adverse reactions? Or did a health care professional advise you to avoid it because of MG? We would love to hear about your experience.
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