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I've been reading a number of posts on Lyrica and dental problems from tooth decay to teeth falling out or just breaking and cracking while eating.

I started taking Lyrica 11 days ago 50mg once a day titrating up to 75mg twice a day but now am wondering if this is worth the risk? So far the 50mg is not doing anything for the PN pain so I know I have to increase it.

My question and concerns are: has anyone taking Lyrica had any tooth problems or know of anyone having tooth problems on Lyrica?? Is this a problem with high doses or could it happen at any dose? Im on a low dose now, dont know if I can get much higher due to some side effects. I plan on tapering off tomr, this is way to scarey!! Any suggestions? Thanks in advance...

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