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... Well - I don't know too much about it except that my bro-inlaw has been using it for a back injury he sustained more than 25 yrs ago. His dose has been adjusted as time went by since the body does become accustomed to it, as with most pain meds. Its hard to say if his vision was affected since most people over 40 start experiencing vision changes at that ime as well - but he... (14 replies)
... On one site it mentioned that Flexeril can cause vision damage. Does anyone know anything about that and whether that is true? ... (14 replies)
... I was just wondering how long those that use flexeril for their TMJD have used it for? ... (14 replies)

Coping
Sep 20, 2009
... are indicated for mild to moderate acute inflammatory conditions. They may be used for a minimum of 2 weeks. Long term NSAID use is not recommended. ... (5 replies)
... The mouthguard also says not to use if you have TMJ. Well I have no idea why that is. The one I have you almost can't even tell it's in your mouth. ... (11 replies)
... are indicated for mild to moderate acute inflammatory conditions. They may be used for a minimum of 2 weeks. Long term NSAID use is not recommended. ... (2 replies)
... are indicated for mild to moderate acute inflammatory conditions. They may be used for a minimum of 2 weeks. Long term NSAID use is not recommended. ... (2 replies)
... are indicated for mild to moderate acute inflammatory conditions. They may be used for a minimum of 2 weeks. Long term NSAID use is not recommended. ... (10 replies)
... are indicated for mild to moderate acute inflammatory conditions. They may be used for a minimum of 2 weeks. Long term NSAID use is not recommended. ... (8 replies)
... I've been using Flexeril per need since about 2000, no negative effects. ... (14 replies)
... After a couple of weeks, my family doctor switched the Flexeril to Amytripilline, as he said it was related to the Flexeril muscle relaxant, but he felt the Amy was an older drug which had been around a long time and proven to be well tolerated. ... (14 replies)
... That said, I did take flexeril a few times. ... (12 replies)
Sleeping
Aug 11, 2009
... If you take prescription meds such as muscle relaxants or pain meds flexeril would make me sleep as did triavil and baclofen. You could also try prescription sleep meds. If not, OTC meds may help like tylenol PM and other OTC sleep aids. ... (5 replies)
... d several meds during my 3 yrs with tmj until I eneded up sticking with amitryptiline and baclofen prescribed by a Pain Mgmt clinc I went to. The meds each of us use generally is determined by our drs, individual symptoms, our body's tolerance or reaction to them and others meds being taken for other conditions. ... (4 replies)
... I used up some vicodin I had left from the tooth that got pulled over the past few weeks to help however I cant expect to get a painkiller for something that is long term like this. All the things I have read say not to use narcotic pain meds for TMJ as it is long term and a person will become an addict. ... (6 replies)
Diazepam (Valium)
Dec 13, 2004
... I have to say that Valium has always worked the best for me, but I take Xanax and nobody is going to prescribe two benzo's long term. ... (33 replies)
Muscle relaxers?
Sep 18, 2003
... it's a lifesaver, 5 mg about 9 p.m. and it helps with the next day's pain as well. I then use Vioxx 25 in the morning. ... (6 replies)
Hey Shell.......
Jul 15, 2003
... Well, if you saw my other post about Flexeril I guess you have figured out that I went back to taking one last night. The first 2 days were not too bad but yesterday I felt terrible. ... (1 replies)
... term use of any medication, but as Jennifer said, medically it's believed to be pretty benign. Still it is a real drug, so get concerned about the effects on liver etc. ... (14 replies)
... nd I talked to him at great length about the meds I was on...Bextra and Flexeril...he said the Bextra was bad and would hurt my stomach...which it did...and that Flexeril was no biggie...it doesn't cause any addictive effects and has no long term effects on your body either...I just felt like I lived in a haze while I was on it. ... (14 replies)




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