Pregabalin: 5 things you should know

Pregabalin is a medication that treats nerve pain as well as some forms of seizures.
For the prevention of partial-onset seizures, it is used as an antidepressant in combination with other anticonvulsants.
It could be used to treat neuropathic pain caused by diabetes or a spinal cord injury.
Fibromyalgia and postherpetic neuralgia are both treated with this medication (nerve pain that occurs following shingles).
Generalized anxiety disorder, hot flushes, restless legs syndrome, and social anxiety disorder may all be treated with this medication off-label.
In persons with liver illness, the dosage of pregabalin does not need to be adjusted.
Lyrica and Lyrica CR are two brand names for pregabalin.

How does Dehydroprogesterone help in the regulating menstrual cycle and infertility ?

Dehydroprogesterone is an orally administered progestogen that acts directly on the uterus, causing an estrogen-primed uterus to produce a full secretory endometrium. Dehydroprogesterone has no contraceptive effect at therapeutic levels since it does not suppress or interact with ovulation or the corpus luteum. 

Cefuroxime: 5 things you should know

Cefuroxime is an antibiotic used to treat infections caused by bacteria that are susceptible to it. Being a member of the cephalosporin antibiotic class, Cefuroxime is of the second generation. When compared to first-generation cephalosporins, second-generation cephalosporins have more action against gram-negative bacteria but still have some activity against gram-positive bacteria. They’re also more beta-lactamase resistant.