Is there a way to tell what pain is nerve pain, as opposed to what is, I guess general pain? More specifically, is there a way to know if my Neurontin will work on whatever's hurting me at the time? My husband & I had this discussion & I couldn't quite explain it or understand it....he says that pain is neurological, therefore all pain should be helped by neurontin. I'd hate to waste my neurontin by taking it for my aching knees if it's not going to help them. Chances are, my knees hurt because it's going to rain tomorrow, which makes me think the neurontin probably won't do anything, but I don't know that for sure. I hope you guys understand what I'm trying to say, because I know I'm doing a poor job of explaining myself. lol
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