Has anyone experienced "trippy" (its like a strange intoxicating effect) side effects while taking neurontin? Well, I did and they haven't gone away even after I stopped taking neurontin. It feels like a brick of concrete is in my head, i'm not capable of complex thought, have trouble spelling, a ton of problems articulating and communicating, basically it feels like i'm stuck in a "trip." Also, every 12 hours i'm covered in this grease and have to shower twice a day. It's been 4 months, has anyone else had this happen to them and has it ever gone away?
I was prescribed neurontin years ago and rapidly developed similar symptoms, at which point I discontinued use. I felt really crummy. The symptoms went away after about three months. I was never "covered in grease", however.
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