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... I am having muscle spasms, which happen daily anyway.. some days worse than others.. ... (4 replies)
... muscle relaxer! I DO NOT want to be as medicated as I was! I'm the one that cut myself off the patches, Opana, and the 2 other muscle relaxer. I DON'T want to be out of it like I was for a short time. I didn't like that at all so I took my self off of everything I could and I was doing great. ... (3 replies)
... I also find Tizanadine to be a great bedtime med. I started taking it for muscle spasms, but have continued on it just for insomnia, because my doctor won't give me any real sleeping meds due to the pain meds. ... (17 replies)

... Zanaflex, a muscle relaxer. ... (21 replies)
Apr 22, 2013
... Be sure they know you are taking something otc, as even otc meds can have interactions. Sleep aids mixed with opiates are a valid concern. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks, your posts are always so well written and informative. As good as my pain doctor is, he's also very strict in terms of refills, pill counts, UAs and things of that nature. I'm sure 99 percent of that is the DEA though, I read an article recently about people paying 6 bucks a piece for the pills I am on, heartbreaking really. Not only are they hurting themselves,... (14 replies)
... r me, as well as some of my other health problems. Often for a pain patient with insomnia they will try to prescribe an adjunct med which is sedating, such as a muscle relaxer, Elavil, Trazadone, etc. Definitely ask your doctor before trying anything otc. Some folks respond to melatonin. ... (14 replies)
... Some doctors just won't prescribe more though, even if its less often. Some folks find some otc like Icy Hot is helpful. ... (12 replies)
... So if you see someone and they say you need surgery based on those findings from the MRI..I would be running the other direction...and of's best to get 2 or 3 opinions before ever doing this..again...I only did them when it was SEVERE herniation into the cord space... ... (4 replies)
... it's really not a good enough reason to stop taking a med just because it makes you naseaus...there are other meds that your Dr. can prescribe if necessary or OTC medicine that I take to help with your tummy issues and deal with it better... ... (23 replies)

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