The Best Type Of Muscle Relaxers

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I need a muscle relaxer that would work the best I've tried cyclobenoprine, & methocarbamol which either worked. Can someone recommend me a great muscle relaxer that I could ask my doctor if she would prescribe? Please help thank u



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ashley Says:

SOMA will work.

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doug Says:

best bet is soma

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NON ABUSER Says:

IN RESPONSE TO YOUR QUESTION SOMA WORK'S VERY WELL BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE SOME TIME TO GET USE TO IT, BUT IT HELP'S ME A LOT. DO YOU USE OXYCONTIN? IF SO HAVE YOU FOUND ANY THING THAT WORK'S FOR YOU SINCE THEY HAVE REPLACED THE OLD ONE'S THE NEW ONES DO NOT WORK AT ALL AS THE OLD ONES DID IF SO LET ME KNOW. THANKS.

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VerFree Says:

Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, it is one of the most potent muscle relaxants available.

Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth.

However, due to increasing rates of abuse, and over prescribing, many doctors will no longer prescribe, or will only prescribe it when someone else has exhausted all other treatment options.

Have you tried Skelaxin/Metaxalone?

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Roro Says:
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My pain dr scripts tzanadine for nite
As it causes drowsiness
And flexeral for day time

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Rawdog Says:
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Re: NON ABUSER (# 3)

I know this is a SUPER old post but heck I still use this site 10yrs later. Anyways I like the 10mg Valium not a fan of the xanax it's way to strong. The soma's make me feel weird. But the 5mg and 10mg Valium are perfect.

Also to comment about the oxycontin the new ones are nowhere near as good as the old OC's. The only 2 things that I found to work as good as the old oxy's is Oxymorphone 30mg ER these are a GODSEND!!!! Not only do they take the pain away you can function and they almost last the full 12hrs the only other thing that helped was the 100mg ER morphine sulfate but the problem is finding a doctor that will write for that high of a mg. All the other mg's of morphine just plain SUCK!!

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