My sister takes 225 mg Pregabalin for fibromyalgia at 7 PM, but it is not giving any relief from pain. She has severe back pain. We tried another 150 mg at 10 PM and the pain reduced fairly. What is the right dose and at what time it should be given? I am attaching her medicine list for your reference. Her vitamin D is 22 ng/mL. Please guide.
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She took 400 mg one night and that was very good in relieving the pain. What is your idea if she takes 225 mg morning and 300 mg in the evening? Or 150 mg morning, 150 mg afternoon and 300 mg evening? As 600 mg is the maximum dosage and Pregabalin works on her, why do not we change the dose?
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