Gralise Oral Tablet, Extended Release 300-600Mg Drug Medication Dosage Information
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Gralise: Oral tablet, extended release (300-600mg)

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Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack
Depomed, Inc.
Pill Identification: SLV  |  300,600
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Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack
Depomed, Inc.
Pill Identification: SLV  |  300,600

What is this Medicine?

GABAPENTIN (GA ba pen tin) is used to treat certain types of nerve pain.

CVS Pharmacy Patient Statistics for Gralise: Oral tablet, extended release(300-600mg)
Generic vs. Brand Name Usage*
*Brand contains same active ingredient but may not represent FDA-approved generic equivalent
Usage By Strength
In-Depth Information

Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack

NDC: 139130006
  • Prescription Required
  • Not a Controlled Drug
    (CSA Schedule)
  • FDA Approved




FDA approved for the following conditions:
Postherpetic Neuralgia

Storage Information
Store at 77 degrees F; excursions permitted to 59-86 degrees F
Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack
Drug Image file DrugItem_17026.JPG
Depomed, Inc.
Pill Identification: SLV  |  300,600
Shape: oval
Color: beige,white
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Depomed, Inc.
Pill Identification: SLV  |  300,600
Shape: oval
Color: beige,white

Reported Side Effects for Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack

Tolerance Incidence:
<1.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: DELAYED
Withdrawal Incidence:
<1.0%*
Severity: MODERATE
Onset: EARLY
Skin Rash Incidence:
>1.0%*
Severity: MILD
Onset: EARLY
*This is an approximate aggregated range of reported side effects from clinical studies performed on this drug. Your experience with this drug may be different.
Daily Life Interactions for Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack

Elements of your daily lifestyle may have an effect on the medications you are taking. Drug interactions can result in unwanted side effects, reduce the effectiveness of your medicine or possibly increase the action of a particular medicine.

Major Lifestyle Interaction
Alcohol and Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack(Gabapentin)
Alcohol and Gabapentin(Gabapentin)
Avoid alcohol-containing drinks while taking Gabapentin. You may experience side effects like drowsiness, dizziness, headache, nausea, or fatigue if you drink alcohol-containing drinks while taking Gabapentin. Alcohol-containing drinks may also increase the actions of Gabapentin Enacarbil (Horizant) extended-release tablets, which may increase side effects.
Pregnancy & Lactation Information
FIRST Trimester

Class C - Animal studies have shown an adverse effect and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. OR No animal studies have been conducted and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.

SECOND Trimester

Class C - Animal studies have shown an adverse effect and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. OR No animal studies have been conducted and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.

THIRD Trimester

Class C - Animal studies have shown an adverse effect and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women. OR No animal studies have been conducted and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women.

Lactation

Caution - Not enough information is available to rule out harm to infants when this drug is taken by nursing mothers.


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