No, Neurontin is not addictive. However, it's not a drug that you should stop taking abruptly because doing so can actually cause seizures. When stopping it, it's important to taper off slowly under the care of a doctor.
You could be right though.. I just know that from what other members have posted, I was amazed when I saw/heard/read that so many people were addicted to the weirdest things....but then again, some people could view us as weird for being addicted to pain pills, you know? HAHA!
yeah you are right, and we prob are a little wierd, and perhaps it has nothing to do with pain pills, but yeah i seen on here about a moth ball addiction?????????? i did not know rather it was a joke or not so i did the smart thing and said nothing. But on a real note, people all are differant and you never know what might get you, be your weakness, get you hooked........so its best to avoid!!!!!
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