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is 10mg of baclofen equal to 350mg soma
Is soma 350mg equal to baclofen 10 mg? I am out of soma want to sub baclofen I have. I have severe pain from nerve sheeth tumor pressing on my sciatic nerve. It's so bad, now I need to take muscle relaxers during the day when I used to only take them at night. ## Hello, Ann! How are you? Soma is the strongest one available, so these two really aren't comparable. Have you contacted your doctor? They may be able to phone a refill in for you. ...
Updated 5 months ago in Baclofen.
Mon, Apr 28 '14, 6:14 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 264256
xanax bar
white long square pill with GG|2|4|9 on one side of it ## this is supposally the strongest of all the xanax bars. the dubble GG is how you would know ## The GG is simply the manufacturers imprint! All it does is identify who made the pill, does not indicate strength... ## Pillpoppr is correct on that, the GG has nothing to do with the strength of the tablet, whatsoever. That said, this tablet contains 2mgs of Alprazolam, a generic for Xanax. This is used to treat nerve and anxiety disorders, as well as some cases of insomnia. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Whats a fake xanax bar say on it? ## The fake xanax say on the bar fake xanax ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Xanax.
Wed, Aug 13 '14, 4:31 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 171816
Fentanyl Patches 100mg not doing jack squat
Hi I'm on 100 I do know when they run but they don't desalt seem to do much what is better then this for osteo pain? Thanks ## The 100mcg Fentanyl patches are actually the strongest narcotic analgesic on the market, it's over 80 times stronger than Morphine. Learn more Fentanyl details here. What other medications have you tried? How long do you wear each patch? ## Fentanyl should NEVER be used for osteo pain. It works on nerve pain but I've never know it to work on knee replacement, etc. 100 mcg/hr is the MAXIMUM dose. Any more than that can be FATAL. I'm not a physician, but I'd recommend Naproxin 500 mg twice a day. It is the active ingredient in Alieve BUT it is the prescription strength and is cheaper than any other drug I've found that works. Fentanyl s... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Fentanyl.
Wed, Sep 17 '14, 3:15 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 237348
Lycria
for nerve pain ## I just got diagnosed with torm muscles and severe nerve damage to scapula after 4 1/2 yrs of being a lab-rat, after a work related injury. The specialist put me on Lyrica only a few days ago. I not am not sure what to think of it yet as I feel like I am floating in mid-air and feel like I have a permanent huge hangover. It has been impossible for me to concentrate on anything, including conversations. Although I have more energy, I feel like I am forcing myself to stay awake. This is the worse feeling I have ever had, especially when my pain level has not decreased. This is the strongest and I must say strangest medication I have ever had, I hope they find an alternative for me. ## Lyrica contains the active ingredient Pregabalin. This is an anticonvulsant that has als... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lyrica.
Mon, Mar 09 '09, 6:52 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 163396


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