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Gabapentin Capsules.

Effects and efficacy:
For adjuvant treatment of partial epileptic seizures with or without secondary generalized seizures in adults and children over 12 years old; can also be used for adjuvant treatment of partial epileptic seizures in children aged 3-12 years old. Used to treat postherpetic neuralgia.

Usage and dosage:
For oral administration of postherpetic neuralgia, take 0.3g of gabapentin once on the first day; take 0.6g on the second day, divided into two doses; take 0.9g (9 tablets) on the third day, divided into three doses. Subsequently, according to the need for pain relief, the dose can be gradually increased to 1.8g per day, divided into three doses. For epilepsy, gabapentin can be used in combination with other anti-epileptic drugs for combined treatment. Gabapentin is administered orally in divided doses (3 times a day). Gradually increase from the initial low dose to the effective dose. Patients over 12 years old: On the first day of administration, 0.3g can be taken once a day; on the second day, 0.3g twice a day; on the third day, 0.3g three times a day, and then maintain this dose. Pediatric patients aged 3-12 years: The starting dose should be 10-15 mg/kg/d, 3 times a day, and the effective dose is reached in about 3 days. The effective dose of gabapentin in patients over 5 years old is 25-35 mg/kg/d, 3 times a day. The effective dose for pediatric patients aged 3-4 years is 40 mg/kg/d, 3 times a day. If necessary, the dose can be increased to 50 mg/kg/d. For the specific usage and dosage of different populations and different diseases, please consult a doctor and refer to the drug instructions of different preparations.

Adverse reactions:
Common adverse reactions include: ataxia, dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue, fever, nystagmus, sedation and viral infection. Serious adverse reactions (immediate medical treatment is required) are as follows: uncontrolled continuous, back and forth rolling of the eyeballs, clumsy or unstable movements, aggressive behavior or other behavioral problems, anxiety, crying, depression, low mood, physical hyperactivity, mood changes, overreaction, agitation, suspicion, etc. Rare black, tarry stools, chest pain, chills, cough, depression, irritability or other mood or mental changes, fever, memory loss, pain or swelling in the arms or legs, difficulty urinating, shortness of breath, sore throat, mouth ulcers or white spots in the mouth, swollen glands, unusual bleeding or bruising, unusual tiredness or weakness, etc. Other adverse reactions are common: blurred vision, cold or flu-like symptoms, delusions, dementia, hoarseness, lack of muscle strength or loss, pain in the lower back or side, swelling of the hands, feet or lower legs, tremors, etc. Rare: increased appetite, burning, dry or itchy eyes, vision changes, constipation, cough with mucus, decreased libido or sexual function, flushing or redness of the skin, frequent urination, indigestion, tinnitus, tingling in the hands and feet, or increased sensitivity to pain or touch. Note that gabapentin can cause life-threatening breathing problems, especially in the elderly or patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). If breathing is very slow, please see a doctor immediately. Some patients may have suicidal thoughts or behavioral changes while taking gabapentin. Please pay attention to changes in mood or symptoms at any time. In addition, please avoid driving or working at heights while taking the drug. You may feel dizzy or sleepy during the medication, which may lead to falls.

Drug contraindications:
This product is contraindicated if you are allergic to it

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