Drug interactions are reported among people who take Neurontin and Ginkgo biloba together. This review analyzes the effectiveness and drug interactions between Neurontin and Ginkgo biloba. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 47 people who take the same drugs from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
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Neurontin has active ingredients of gabapentin. It is often used in pain. (latest outcomes from Neurontin 56,882 users)
Ginkgo biloba has active ingredients of ginkgo. It is often used in memory loss. (latest outcomes from Ginkgo biloba 687 users)
On Jul, 21, 2016
47 people who take Neurontin, Ginkgo Biloba are studied.
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i love the Ayurvedic and chinese medicine of herbs. i did read about different herbs and their reaction a lot. Also i tested the effect of many herbs on my own body. For betterment of health i would recommend: 1) change urs daily eating habit.! A Lot of our disease comes due to our food and drink habits. Food is also a tipe of medicine for the body which can keep body healthy. i recomment Dr. McDougall for this: https://www.drmcdougall.com/ Also i did read now the book of Dr.Yoshinori Nagumo: One meal a day! Link: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/culture/2012/11/319_125884.html 2) i recommend taking good Ayurvedic medicine or chinise medicine, or any herbal medicine! i cannot recomment any Western medicine. Most of western medicine lead to more unhealthy state of ones body. My advise is test it urself, listen in all to urs own body! When it feels good and healthy then, take the advise of Dr. McDougall or Dr. Nagumo.
Hi. I'm a 60 yr old male, happily married, grown children, 40 years of degenerative spine disorders and surgeries (2 neck fusions, 2 lumbar surgeries with no fusions) and pretty severe, often life-limiting chronic pain. Have taken a lot of meds over the yrs, presently (and hopefully very briefly) taking oxycontin for post-surgical pain for C4-T1 fusion June 2016. Recently was prescribed Zanaflex for severe muscle spasms. I've never used it before, but have used many other muscle relaxers and rarely found them helpful. I've taken Neuron tin on many occasions and recently ramped up to a 3,000 mg dose to aid in weaning off the oxycontin. Hoping the Zanaflex will help in the tapering off opioid as well. Have never found Neurontin to help much with pain, and now concerned at some reports that interactions between it and Zanaflex can actually increase pain. I would be grateful for insights on the use of Neurontin and Zanaflex together, but also look forward to participating in a pain support group. I have nearly 40 years of insights to lend, and I am always seeking the insights of others who share the general condition of chronic pain, regardless of the origin. Thank you.
On eHealthMe, Neurontin (gabapentin) is often used to treat pain. Ginkgo biloba (ginkgo) is often used to treat memory loss. Find out below the conditions the drugs are used for and how effective they are.
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