This question was answered on Fri 22, May 2009 05:36am by Dr Bhupinder K, MD

IS GABAPENTIN A NARCOTIC, AND IS IT ADDICTIVE

    
Asked by jasper123456 (Male; 55 ) on Thu 21, May 2009 12:40pm

IS GABAPENTIN A NARCOTIC, AND IS IT ADDICTIVE

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Answer by Dr Bhupinder K, MD  on Fri 22, May 2009 05:36am:

Hello, No Gabapentin is not a narcotic drug and it is not addictive.You can find the names of narcotic drugs from the following site: http://www.incb.org/pdf/e/list/46thedition.pdf Hope it helps.Take care and regards.
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Comment by on Fri 11, Mar 2011 09:53am:
Side effects of gabapentin and ultram together may be seen on Central Nervous system and on respiratory system in elder patients.

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