Soma (carisoprodol) Prescription

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DJB Says:


Doctors will not write RX for this anymore. I am allergic to Vicodin, Codeine all sorts of pain meds. Soma always worked for me. I sit with extreme pain; nothing works all = depression; never had depression till whole body turned into pain. Real, overwhelming pain; can't sleep; cannot eat; nausea from pain.



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EDDY Says:

There are better muscle relaxers than Soma on the market. Many Doctors don't like prescribing Soma as they have had personal experience with this worthless medication. With that said I am lucky my doctor will prescribe it, he is a great man!

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BowlsOPlenty Says:
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There's too many interactions between Soma opiate drugs and benzodiazepines for doctors to prescribe them as they once were

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I have the exact problem if they won't prescribe soma than the key should have something that works as well or better. Flexeill doesn't work at all.emw

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EDDY Says:

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All those Keys have been removed. If it feels good it winds up being banned. Doctors HATE writing for Soma because they are well aware of its effects

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JJ Says:

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it's depends on doc. my doc gives soma and norco together and actually told me today take them together. said my Norco would last longer. the 30 month days to pickup up. it has. i used to be shorted by end of the month. not now. BUT I've also tried all other muscle relaxers too. roboxin. zanaflex, baclofen, skelaxen, flexeril, and didn't work or too many side effects. i have no side effects with soma. i can still function and get on with my day. i think lots of doctors don't go with what works or older meds. the younger docs push THIs new stuff with tons of side effects and less years on market. better kick backs probably!! $$$??. but MY doctor is older, with 38 years experience.

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