Min-PG is a combination of Pregabalin and Methylcobalamin Capsules which helps to produce myelin, a substance that protects nerve fibers and together works in the recovery process of damaged nerve cells. Methylcobalamin is a form of vitamin B which helps in the production of myelin, it is a substance that protects nerve fibers and rejuvenates damaged nerve cells.
Pregabalin is an alpha 2 delta ligand that decreases pain by modulating the calcium channel activity of the nerve cells. It calms overactive nerves by acting on the brain and thus decreases the pain sensation. The Pregabalin & Methylcobalamin Capsules show better relief with improvement with chronic pain, and migraine, and helps in enhancing the immune system.
Although it is very useful but may cause serious side effects like allergic reactions, or swelling of limbs. It has many uses initial benefits of this capsule may be seen after 2 weeks of treatment. However, it may take around 2-3 months or more to see the full benefits. Its doses should not be taken in high quantities and are advised to check before using.
This medicine is prescribed for treating and preventing nerve pain that is caused by different conditions including diabetes and shingles, or an injury. It helps in the regeneration of damaged nerves in the body and can be helpful in the following conditions-
The side effects caused by these capsules are common and normally do not last long. It goes away once the treatment is completed, but it is advised to speak with your doctor if these side effects worsen or persist for a longer duration-
Can pregabalin in this capsule be a vitamin B12?
Yes, it is the neurologically active form of vitamin B12 because it is effective at treating chronic pain in disorders.
Do these capsules affect our sleep?
This medicine primarily affects sleep maintenance as pregabalin has a direct effect on sleep that is distinct from its analgesic, anxiolytic, and anticonvulsant effects.
Does the use of Pregabalin & Methylcobalamin Capsules increase heart rate?
The use of pregabalin in this medicine was associated with an inhibitory effect on heart rate fluctuations and reduced hemodynamic complications after intubation, in a dose-dependent manner, but had no effect on the required perioperative opioid dosage.
Can this medicine be taken in the morning?
It is advised to take this medicine twice a day, morning and night, or as prescribed by the doctor.
Can alcohol be used while taking Methylcobalamin+Pregabalin capsules?
No, you should not consume alcohol while taking this medication because it might affect the use and some side effects can occur.