Baclofen - Controlled Substance?

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Diana Says:


Is Baclofen (10mg) recognized as a controlled substance? Does it have a narcotic in it? Does it control pain?



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Verwon Says:

No, it is classified as a muscle relaxant, so it does not contain a narcotic, according to FDA listings. It is used to treat the pain associated with muscle sprains, strains, and spasms.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Silvia Says:
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I want to know if Baclofen is a controlled substance and if it is, then what class is it in?

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Silvia Says:
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Ok now let me ask you about butrans pain patch can I take hydrocodone and robaxin with it?

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Polo Says:

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No way, you will develop tolerance and get in trouble. Butrans is buphrenorpine an opioid/analgesic. Discuss with your Doctor.

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Zicky Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Now i understand why, my dr.put me on the highest dosage (30 mg daily. Not only does it help the headaches but; other spinal injuries/ 3 disk surgeries. Spinal fusion okay, I'm done. Question, how can it not be considered form of narcotic since Percocet, Tylenol 3, Oxycontin, whatever! the same type of affect psychologically you why is this any different than the rest.; knocking you off your keister. definitely relaxing. Just curious to know what you think. taking too deep.unfortunately well?

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Pako Says:
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I found some baclofen 20m.g and i got a bad knee so is there any way i can take one pill for pain ?

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