Pain Relief From Clonazepam

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Arlene Says:


Does anyone else get pain relief from clonazepam? It doesn't make me relaxed or sleepy; it just relieves pain better than any NSAID. I was prescribed it for chronic daily headache several years ago. Now I still have lower back achiness from a herniated disc surgery last Dec. If I don't take the clonazepam, my back achiness worsens, as well as my headache. I don't feel relaxed, sleepy, high or anything else. Just pain relief. Does anybody have any idea why I seem to get a different reaction than everybody else?



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Verwon Says:

There are a few possible reasons that you may be experiencing this.

One could be due your not taking it sometimes, doing that may cause a rebound effect, which would make your headache and pain worse, it's kind of a mild withdrawal symptom.

Another could be due to the fact that it's a Benzodiazepine that acts on brain chemicals, you may have some synapses misfiring that are contributing to your headaches and pain and this medication might be helping to rectify some of it.

Learn more Clonazepam details here.

I really can't list all the possible reasons here, but I am sure you get the idea from the examples I've given.

How much are you taking?

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