Study Shows Fibromyalgia Patients Find Combination Therapy a More Effective Pain Treatment

Study Shows Fibromyalgia Patients Find Combination Therapy a More Effective Pain Treatment
Canada's Queen's University scientist Ian Gilron has found a more effective way to treat fibromyalgia by combining Lyrica (pregabalin), an anticonvulsant drug, with Cymbalta (duloxetine), an antidepressant. The study, “Combination of pregabalin with duloxetine for fibromyalgia: a randomized controlled trial,” was published in the journal Pain. The results demonstrated that the combination of the two drugs can safely improve outcomes in fibromyalgia, includ
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