Gabapentin is used in conjunction with other medicines to stop seizures and manage them. It also helps alleviate nerve pain after the shingles (a painful rash that is caused by herpes Zoster disease) among adults. Gabapentin is referred to as an anticonvulsant and antiepileptic medication.
Other uses The section below contains other the uses for this drug which are not included in the labeling approved by a professional for the drug, however they could be prescribed by your doctor. Take this medication for conditions that are listed here only in the event that it’s been ordered by your health medical professional.
Gabapentin can also be employed to manage other conditions of nerve pain (such as peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy trigeminal neuralgia, etc.) and restless legs syndrome.
Gabapentin is an antiepileptic drug known as an anticonvulsant. It alters the chemical and nerves within the body that are responsible for the occurrence of seizures, as well as some kinds of pain.