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Gabapentin is No Longer a Controlled Substance in Michigan

Posted: 06/11/2024

An updated revision to Michigan’s Pharmacy – Controlled Substance Rules includes the descheduling of Gabapentin effective immediately. This means that Gabapentin is no longer classified as a controlled substance in the state of Michigan. 

A prescriber without a controlled substance license can now prescribe Gabapentin, and Gabapentin no longer needs to be included in reporting to the Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS). Despite this, it is encouraged that prescribers and dispensers continue to monitor the use and potential misuse of this drug.

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