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Comment from: sushilkochar, 65-74 Male (Patient) Published: October 05

I had a minor brain stroke on 03/19/2015. I was admitted in emergency for one day and my regular doctor prescribed me gabapentin capsule 1 BID. I am ok, my right hand was affected but now fortunately I am fine.

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