Lyrca

Were you looking for information about Lyrica? Lyrca is a common misspelling of Lyrica.
 
A prescription drug, Lyrica® (pregabalin) is used for the treatment of nerve pain and epilepsy. It is not known exactly how the drug works to treat these conditions, but it is known that the medicine binds to certain parts of calcium channels in the central nervous system.
 
The drug is taken by mouth (usually two or three times a day) and comes in the form of a capsule or a liquid. Among the factors that can affect the dose your healthcare provider recommends are the medical condition being treated, other medications you may be taking, and other medical conditions you may have. Some of the possible side effects of this medication include weight gain, coordination problems, and drowsiness.
 
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