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    aleve and lyrica
    desi0321 posted:
    hi everyone! i hope all had a geat new years! I was wondering if someone would be able to help me and let me know if it is ok or if they have taken aleve with lyrica. I woke up this moring and i am in sooo much pain i can almost not move if i move my neck in the littlest way the stabbing pain shoots down my back. my arms are so heavy and they tingle and than the stabbing pains in them. i was doing fairly good the past 2 weeks that i started this lyrica and now this is crazy...the only thing i think to do is a hot bath and try the aleve but im not sure if i can take it with the lyrica i looked on the internet but can not find anything and the pharmacy is closed. Thanks so much for your help!
    Anjl26 responded:
    Yes, it's fine to take aleve, advil, or tylenol with Lyrica.
    desi0321 responded:
    Thank you so so so much!

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