Non Prescription Muscle Relaxer

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Zanaflex vs Baclofen (Lioresal)
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I've been on muscle relaxers for about 7 years, due to a neck fracture injury ending in a surgut oval nonfusion. I have chaotic pain that my pain Doctor treats with 10/325 Hyrdroco/APAP. Limit of six per day. Some days I take the maximum some days I don't depending on my activities. He substitutes my hydrocodone done with Baclofen 10 mg. his prescription says take one to two tablets by mouth three times daily as needed for muscle spasms. I rarely ever take the maximum dose. We first started out with Flexeril that worked for a little while but I needed something more. I was having severe muscle spasm's that felt like my muscles in my shoulderswere drawing up into my ears. This caused excruciating headaches. So he put me on a stronger muscle relaxer back to the van and we talk... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zanaflex.
Sat, Sep 24 '16, 11:13 PM
what is bencoprin ciclobenzaprina a derivative of
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Is this drug a narcotic and is it addictive. ## not positive, i believe it is a form of flexeril a non narcotic muscle relaxer ## The main active ingredient is cyclobenziprine(actual prescription from the doctor that is FDA approved)brand name flexiril.. i believewas the form you're talking about generally is from Mexico which they do not follow the same strict guidelines as the FDA. Always be careful with drugs from uncertain sources. Anyway it is non narcotic muscle relaxer usually administered for long term muscle pain relief as it is pretty mild. I've been on it for years and can stop taking it whenever and only notice the pain gets worse. No id say no its not addictive and a pretty safe drug to relieve your pain.. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Flexeril.
Fri, Dec 07 '12, 10:27 PM
Medical scripts for pain.
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I've been on soma for decades. Having troubles finding a dr. that will prescribe them. THESE ARE NON NARCOTIC MUSCLE RELAXERS for Christ's sake!!! Baclocen almost killed me. I am NOT allowed quality of life....even though there is legal medication to allow quality. I've been forced to go elsewhere to get relief. Unfortunately I'm on SS disability with $0 copay on prescription meds. But because i go another route it costs me big bucks. ## 15 years ago I found a local Pharmacist selling them, now Doctors hate writing for these, even back then. I picked up 90 today at Rite Aid and they were $1.33, the U & C was $54.99 ## I was on Soma for 17 years, then all of a sudden, my Dr. takes them from me telling me that since I take Xanax I can't have the Soma because these ... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Soma.
Mon, Jun 12 '17, 12:06 PM
yellow pills
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small circle shaped with GG 724 on one side and nothing on the other side ## I was just wondering if this pill is a muscle relaxer or if it is a high dose of valium? ## Actually, it is NEITHER of those choices. This is Naproxen Sodium 250mgs, a prescription strength of the same stuff you will find in Aleve or its generic equivelents, but a little stronger of a dosage. It is a generic for Naprosyn, so it is neither a muscle relaxer nor a Valium, nothing related to either of the two. This is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, same class as Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Etodola, Diclofenac and others. Here's an pill image to confirm: Pill Image Click Here So if someone told you that is what it was, or sold or gave it as such, they were definitely incorrect. It is nothing of the sort, i... ...
Updated 10 years ago in Valium.
Sun, Nov 12 '06, 2:27 PM
does flexeril show up in a ua
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I took 2 10mg flexerils because I was in pain. They are non narcotic muscle relaxers. But my concern is I dont have a prescription and I had a random ua the next day.will it show up in my ua, and if it does what does it show up as? ## Flexeril has been known to show false positives, but only for tricyclic antidepressants, which aren't substances that are tested for on standard drug screenings. Learn more Flexeril details here. Do you know what type of test was done? ## Its an 8 panel urinalysis ## I don't know if Flexeril will show in UA results for sure, but it's likely that it will. Having been prescribed Flexeril in the past..(in my opinion) it is a misnomer to state that it will not have the same or at least similar affects as a narcotic or opioid. Flexeril has "May ... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Flexeril.
Sun, Jun 11 '17, 3:19 PM

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