Gabapentin is a famous anticonvulsant drug used to manage nerve pain and seizures. A withdrawal may occur if you have been using it for some time, either to manage a medical condition or recreationally. This withdrawal can occur in as little as 12 hours and may last up to 10 days, inducing extremely uncomfortable physical and mental symptoms.
Gabapentin is not currently labelled as a controlled drug due to its little potential for dependence or addiction. The prescriptions for gabapentin have significantly increased over the past decade, with a consequent uptick in its illicit abuse and withdrawals.
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