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    RA aand Neurontin
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    Mommafisch1985 posted:
    Hello all,
    I am new to this so bare with me! I have had RA for over 6 srs now, I aam having the worst time finding a good, understanding and caring Doc, I also have fibromyalgia now going on 24 yr. I have tryrd so many meds, theropy you name. There are many other things going on also, to much for this first post, the question I have is do any of you take Neuorontin along with your other meds.
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    olathegal responded:
    Yes, I take neurotin 1800 mg/day along with weekly metholtrexate injections. I have some neurological damage in my hands and the neurotin really helps with the pain. May I answer any other questions for you?


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