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I have been perscribed Lyrica for motor and century nerve damage.  I do not have pain but tingling and burning sensation, which is sporadic, the burning that is, the numbness is constant.  This throws my balance off and I am not able to walk without cane, walker, or holding onto something.  Should I see a Neurologist?  Is Lyrica something that will help with the numbnes?  I take blood pressure medicine, warfarin, anti- depressant and Nexium.  Should I take Lyrica?  Than you.

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