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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)

... 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)
... t make me sleepy anymore but it does relax my muscles. I clench my teeth and wear a custom guard at night. My question is, is it ok to take one every night for a long time? ... (6 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)
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)
... I think you need to give it more time. You've had this problem long term, it isn't going to disapear overnight. ... (11 replies)
... If you go to a TMJ center at a university dental school, they will most likely first give you amitriptyline or flexeril: A small does of amitriptyline (10-20 mg) at bed time is the best long term medication for muscle/joint pain and sleep distrubances related to TMJ. It also cuts down on bruxism. Flexeril is similar to amitriptyline. However, flexeril is more of a... (8 replies)
... pentin, I believe it was originally used for seizure control. It helps calm the mind and no one says it is too incredibly habit forming or loses its effect like flexeril or valium. ... (8 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)
... c they caused other adverse side affects. Some are not recommended for long term use which has to be taken into consideration as well. Its basically trial and error until the the one that helps the most is found. ... (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)
Need suggestions!
Nov 21, 2005
... have it. OK, now do I go to my dentist or is there some kind of specialist I need to go to first. I am a middle school teacher and am rather concerned about the long term effects of all of this. I have been out of work for the past 6 weeks, and it does not look as if I will be going back any time soon. ... (2 replies)
... I have no clue why my chin would be receding. Your guess is as good as mine. Possibly I'm experiencing bone loss (I did have osteophytes in my last tomos, dated around 2003) and it has manifested itself into a larger overbite. I hope this isn't the case...but, I don't think I have any other option to consider. 1. I blame it on my anterior open bite that was diagnosed... (19 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)




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