Gabapentin Coupon and Discount

Our Gabapentin coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Gabapentin is a prescription drug that treats epilepsy, postherpetic neuralgia, shingles, herpes and rls. The original cash price of Gabapentin is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Gabapentin coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Gabapentin.
Gabapentin Overview
Drug Name: Gabapentin
Brand Name(s): Gralise, Horizant, Neurontin
Drug Class: Anticonvulsant / Antiepileptic
Treats: Epilepsy, Postherpetic Neuralgia, Shingles, Herpes, RLS

Gabapentin, being an anti-epileptic medication, works by affecting the chemicals and nerves in the body to help control seizures. It is also used to treat nerve pain by those who have shingles or the herpes virus. The Neurontin brand is used to treat seizures in children as early as three years old, and the Horizant brand is used to treat restless legs syndrome.

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    The free Rebates.com Gabapentin Coupon and Discount Card can save you up to 75%* off your prescription prices. All you have to do is print the coupon and bring it to the pharmacy to receive the benefits of our drug discount program. This coupon is not insurance and is not valid in combination with any government-sponsored drug plans.

    Gabapentin Coupon
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  • Gabapentin Uses

    Gabapentin is an anti-epileptic medication that is used to treat seizures. Gabapentin prevents and controls seizures by altering the chemicals and nerves that command seizure activity. Gabapentin can also be used to treat the nerve pain that comes along with shingles.

    Below you will find the different types of conditions that can be treated by using Gabapentin:

    • Epilepsy
    • Postherpetic Neuralgia
    • Shingles
  • Gabapentin Dosage

    The dosage of Gabapentin varies according to the day on which it is taken. The following dose is an average that may be prescribed in differing amounts according to an individual's diagnosis. Follow instructions from your medical professional to achieve the best results. Note, the dosage may also change depending on the medical condition it is treating.

    Epilepsy

    • Adults: 300 mg on day one, 300 mg twice a day on day two, 300 mg three times a day on day three
    • Maintenance for adults consists of taking 900 to 1800 mg daily, in 3 divided doses. This dose may be increased all the way up to 2400 mg.
    • Children: 10-15 mg per day, given in 3 evenly-divided dosages. This amount may be increased in 10 mg increments every 1-3 days until reaching 30-40 mg a day from then on.
  • Gabapentin Side Effects

    While taking Gabapentin, there is a long list of side effects that are commonly experienced. Note that not all the side effects of Gabapentin are listed here. Should you have difficulty with too many side effects while taking Gabapentin, be sure to consult with your physician. Common side effects of Gabapentin include all of the following:

    • Unsteadiness or clumsiness
    • Concentration problems
    • Anxiety or depression
    • Aggressive behavior
    • Crying excessively
    • Overreacting to situations
    • Restlessness
    • Blurred or abnormal vision
    • Flu-like symptoms
    • Delusions or dementia
    • Trembling or shaking
    • General weakness
  • Gabapentin Interactions

    There are several medications and supplements that one should avoid taking in combination with Gabapentin. Consult with your doctor before taking aspirin. In many cases, Gabapentin should not be combined with other medications unless approved by a physician. Items on this following list have been known to interact with Gabapentin but do not include all of them.