Suggest treatment for pinched nerve in the back
Hello, and thanks for your question.
What you are experiencing is likely an adverse reaction to gabapentin, rather than withdrawal. Gabapentin does not have a known withdrawal phenomenon, but it does cause GI symptoms and other odd experiential symptoms in some people. The fact that this has lasted 6 days is not unusual. If you are still having these symptoms after 2 weeks, I would suspect something else is going on and get a checkup from a primary care doctor or neurologist.
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