These Pregabalin Drug Testing Kit is simple, fast reliable & accurate tests which detect for the presence of Pregabalin in urine.
Features and Benefits:
All tests are CE Marked with an accuracy level of 99%.
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Pregabalin is a medication used to treat epilepsy, neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, and generalised anxiety disorder. Common side effects include: sleepiness, confusion, trouble with memory, poor coordination, dry mouth, problems with vision, and weight gain. Potentially serious side effects include angioedema, drug misuse, and an increased suicide risk. In addition, all Pregabalin Drug Tests are CE Marked with an accuracy level of 99%.
In the UK Pregabalin is classified as a class C controlled substance. Therefore, this means it is illegal to possess Pregabalin without a prescription and is illegal to supply or sell them to others.
Full test instructions can be downloaded here.
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