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Old 07-12-2005, 04:01 AM   #1
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Good morning, board folk! Wondering if anyone else who is taking neurontin has WILD, vivid dreams?

 
Old 07-12-2005, 06:05 AM   #2
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I'm on neurontin but I have not experience any wild dreams. I've had pretty vivid dreams but they weren't wild.
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Old 07-12-2005, 08:39 AM   #3
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Funny that you should mention thats I havew been on gabapentin for years now and yes I do tend to dream very vividly and regularily, I have always attributed it to the morphines but could well be the Neurotin, I know that, that is one drug my oncologistswears by. I have neverhad any adverse effects from it.

 
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Could be I always have "wild" dreams, just remembering them more now. By "wild", I mean like epic adventures, I tend to be a hero. Lot's of people and scene changes, rescuing a town from a rash of tornados, things like that. I seem to have boundless energy in all of them, and have them every night. Perhaps it is my subconcious compensating for something! LOL

 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lilc
Could be I always have "wild" dreams, just remembering them more now. By "wild", I mean like epic adventures, I tend to be a hero. Lot's of people and scene changes, rescuing a town from a rash of tornados, things like that. I seem to have boundless energy in all of them, and have them every night. Perhaps it is my subconcious compensating for something! LOL
Compensating for something? tornado = twisting in the wind, boundless energy vs. absolute fatigue, people and scene changes = numerous adventures to numerous doctors getting numerous different answers. Limboland = the epic adventure that seems to go on and on and on like the friggin energizer buddy.

But hey...I am just guessing??????

Hey, wanna know what gets you going in the morning better than a cup of coffee and a provigil????

Aretha Franklin cranked up on the radio singing R E S P E C T!!!

I kid you NOT! You just cant be depressed listening to that song! I just bought myself the CD and it has really helped.

Erin

 
Old 07-12-2005, 06:36 PM   #6
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Gonna try that!

 
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