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Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

QUESTION

Medically speaking, the term "myalgia" refers to what type of pain? See Answer
Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

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Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

Comment from: 13-18 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 04

Definitely relaxing but makes you very sleepy

Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

Comment from: 13-18 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 04

Definitely relaxing but makes you very sleepy

Comment from: Fibromyalgia 35-44 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 02

i am having fibromyalgia and panic disorder. i know the required is not specifically exist now though i have v high tolerance to xanax and taking tramadol to decrease my chronic pain but also the pain exist so i am trying to increase my sedation by using other sedative on CNS but the effect is not what i have experienced......slao taking lyrica but only he succeeded in give depresion away but my neuropathic pain is not getting any effect from lyrica only very very small sadation from lyrica

Related Reading: fibromyalgia | xanax | chronic pain

Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

Comment from: 13-18 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 04

Definitely relaxing but makes you very sleepy

Comment from: Fibromyalgia 35-44 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 02

i am having fibromyalgia and panic disorder. i know the required is not specifically exist now though i have v high tolerance to xanax and taking tramadol to decrease my chronic pain but also the pain exist so i am trying to increase my sedation by using other sedative on CNS but the effect is not what i have experienced......slao taking lyrica but only he succeeded in give depresion away but my neuropathic pain is not getting any effect from lyrica only very very small sadation from lyrica

Related Reading: fibromyalgia | xanax | chronic pain

Comment from: fishboss 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 05

muscle spasms in neck and left arm

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

Comment from: 13-18 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 04

Definitely relaxing but makes you very sleepy

Comment from: Fibromyalgia 35-44 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 02

i am having fibromyalgia and panic disorder. i know the required is not specifically exist now though i have v high tolerance to xanax and taking tramadol to decrease my chronic pain but also the pain exist so i am trying to increase my sedation by using other sedative on CNS but the effect is not what i have experienced......slao taking lyrica but only he succeeded in give depresion away but my neuropathic pain is not getting any effect from lyrica only very very small sadation from lyrica

Related Reading: fibromyalgia | xanax | chronic pain

Comment from: fishboss 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 05

muscle spasms in neck and left arm

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: pete 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: April 09

rhomboid muscle spasm. Relieved spasm. Taken as 450 acetaminophen and 35 mg orphenadrine x 2 as "Anarex."

Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

Comment from: 13-18 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 04

Definitely relaxing but makes you very sleepy

Comment from: Fibromyalgia 35-44 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 02

i am having fibromyalgia and panic disorder. i know the required is not specifically exist now though i have v high tolerance to xanax and taking tramadol to decrease my chronic pain but also the pain exist so i am trying to increase my sedation by using other sedative on CNS but the effect is not what i have experienced......slao taking lyrica but only he succeeded in give depresion away but my neuropathic pain is not getting any effect from lyrica only very very small sadation from lyrica

Related Reading: fibromyalgia | xanax | chronic pain

Comment from: fishboss 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 05

muscle spasms in neck and left arm

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: pete 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: April 09

rhomboid muscle spasm. Relieved spasm. Taken as 450 acetaminophen and 35 mg orphenadrine x 2 as "Anarex."

Comment from: sylviafoyt123 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 12

Severe muscle spasms post op after 3rd surgeryof my left foot.

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

Comment from: 13-18 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 04

Definitely relaxing but makes you very sleepy

Comment from: Fibromyalgia 35-44 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 02

i am having fibromyalgia and panic disorder. i know the required is not specifically exist now though i have v high tolerance to xanax and taking tramadol to decrease my chronic pain but also the pain exist so i am trying to increase my sedation by using other sedative on CNS but the effect is not what i have experienced......slao taking lyrica but only he succeeded in give depresion away but my neuropathic pain is not getting any effect from lyrica only very very small sadation from lyrica

Related Reading: fibromyalgia | xanax | chronic pain

Comment from: fishboss 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 05

muscle spasms in neck and left arm

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: pete 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: April 09

rhomboid muscle spasm. Relieved spasm. Taken as 450 acetaminophen and 35 mg orphenadrine x 2 as "Anarex."

Comment from: sylviafoyt123 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 12

Severe muscle spasms post op after 3rd surgeryof my left foot.

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: [email protected] 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: July 14

Great Not invasive product

QUESTION

Medically speaking, the term "myalgia" refers to what type of pain? See Answer
Comment from: VRH 35-44 Transgender 1 to 6 months Caregiver Published: March 15

After a month of taking orphenadrine I noticed side effects which I thought were normal, until I started unintentionally holding my breath. After reading through drug information, I found that 3 side effects (including trouble breathing) on the “signs of overdose” list. I called my prescribing physician and reported these conditions and asked if the pill is available in a lower dose. Even though the prescription packaging advises to swallow whole, do not cut, chew, or crush, he said I should cut it in half. Today I read that cutting the time released pills will increase risk of side effects. What the heck?!?! Do I argue with my Doctor, or possibly forget about exhaling, seeing clearly, and using the restroom? Seems like a fun choice.

Comment from: jono 35-44 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: December 29

Norflex is good it's the only medication i have found that has cleared up my migraines but when i take it i become so forgetful. Orphenadrine 100mg should be put in the schedule 5 my memory was obliterated,

Related Reading: norflex

Comment from: Maggie 55-64 Transgender less than 1 month Caregiver Published: September 25

I have Fibro, 2 auto immune's, 5 genetic disorders and a host of other things wrong with me. I have been almost bedridden for 11yrs now. I stay in a flare 24/7 365 days. My muscles from the base of my neck, through my shoulders, my whole back is hard as a rock. I have lower spasms which turns into full body spasms. Last month I had to go to the ER because it wouldnt release, I was in this for 5 1/2 hrs. They gave me a cocktail of meds Orpenadrine citrate 100mg er was one. My pain level has went from a 10+ to a 5. No side effects for me. Just great pain relief.

Comment from: punkiegin 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 11

I have anxiety already and taking this drug has caused restlessness and jumpiness. It also causes my legs to constantly jiggle- ie restless legs-bad. This also causes the pain I am already suffering to be worse.

Related Reading: anxiety

Comment from: 13-18 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: February 04

Definitely relaxing but makes you very sleepy

Comment from: Fibromyalgia 35-44 Female 5 to less than 10 years Patient Published: January 02

i am having fibromyalgia and panic disorder. i know the required is not specifically exist now though i have v high tolerance to xanax and taking tramadol to decrease my chronic pain but also the pain exist so i am trying to increase my sedation by using other sedative on CNS but the effect is not what i have experienced......slao taking lyrica but only he succeeded in give depresion away but my neuropathic pain is not getting any effect from lyrica only very very small sadation from lyrica

Related Reading: fibromyalgia | xanax | chronic pain

Comment from: fishboss 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 05

muscle spasms in neck and left arm

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: pete 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: April 09

rhomboid muscle spasm. Relieved spasm. Taken as 450 acetaminophen and 35 mg orphenadrine x 2 as "Anarex."

Comment from: sylviafoyt123 55-64 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: May 12

Severe muscle spasms post op after 3rd surgeryof my left foot.

Related Reading: muscle spasms

Comment from: [email protected] 45-54 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: July 14

Great Not invasive product

Comment from: gary 55-64 Male less than 1 month Patient Published: May 11

Didn't relieve spasms as thought, but did help some to avoid painkillers.

Comment from: Robin 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 22

This was prescribed to me for back strain. After 3 doses, still no relief. Going back to Dr today. Also given naproxen 500 and norco 7.5/325. Both of those made me sick to my stomach.

Related Reading: norco | stomach

Comment from: Robin 35-44 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 22

This was prescribed to me for back strain. After 3 doses, still no relief. Going back to Dr today. Also given naproxen 500 and norco 7.5/325. Both of those made me sick to my stomach.

Related Reading: norco | stomach

Comment from: 25-34 Female less than 1 month Patient Published: January 03

Works great for my back muscle spasms but has given me anxiety attacks and vivid dreams.

Related Reading: muscle spasms | anxiety

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