One thing that doesn’t change with the season:
Diabetic Nerve Pain.
Move towards relief with
Nerves damaged Lyrica is believed
Unlike some common over-the-counter pain relievers, Lyrica is FDA approved
by diabetes can to help calm the
specifically to treat the shooting, stabbing, burning sensations of diabetic
send too many damaged nerves †–
nerve pain. Lyrica is believed to help calm the damaged nerves† and help ease
reducing the signals
and the pain.
this pain – and that’s definitely a change worth experiencing.
Ask your doctor if Lyrica can help you.
*Diagram is illustrative of diabetic nerve pain.
† Exact mechanism of action and relevance to humans are unknown as studies were conducted on animal models.
Prescription Lyrica is not for everyone. Tell your doctor right away about any serious allergic reaction that causes
swelling of the face, mouth, lips, gums, tongue or neck or any trouble breathing or that affects your skin. Lyrica may
cause suicidal thoughts or actions in a very small number of people. Call your doctor right away if you have new or
worsening depression, suicidal thoughts or actions, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. Lyrica may cause swelling
of your hands, legs and feet. Some of the most common side effects of Lyrica are dizziness and sleepiness. Do not drive
or work with machines until you know how Lyrica affects you. Other common side effects are blurry vision, weight
gain, trouble concentrating, dry mouth, and feeling “high.” Also, tell your doctor right away about muscle pain along
with feeling sick and feverish, or any changes in your eyesight including blurry vision or any skin sores if you have
diabetes. You may have a higher chance of swelling, hives or gaining weight if you are also taking certain diabetes or
high blood pressure medicines. Do not drink alcohol while taking Lyrica. You may have more dizziness and sleepiness
if you take Lyrica with alcohol, narcotic pain medicines, or medicines for anxiety. If you have had a drug or alcohol
problem, you may be more likely to misuse Lyrica. Tell your doctor if you are planning to father a child. Talk with your
doctor before you stop taking Lyrica or any other prescription medication.
Please see Important Facts Brief Summary on adjacent page.
To learn more visit www.lyrica.com or call toll-free 1-888-9-LYRICA (1-888-959-7422).
You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA.
Visit www.FDA.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.