Soma, Cyclobenzaprine Or Tizanidine

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Shannon Says:
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Is Soma a good muscle relaxer? Right now I'm taking Tizanidine which is not working very good. I use to take Soma but they were cutting that out so I just asked for something else. Is DAN 5658 any better?



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EDDY Says:

No Dan 5658 is not SOMA. They do however make a decent SOMA

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Verwon Says:

Cyclobenzaprine is a bit stronger than Tizanidine, but it really depends on how well it works for you. Soma is the strongest available, it contains Carisoprodol, but due to how often it is abused, many doctors will no longer prescribe it.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of muscle relaxants as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth.

Have you tried taking it, yet?

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