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... I took Zanaflex for a short time and it worked well. My insurance didn't cover it, so I had to switch back to Soma. Zanaflex and Skelexin both worked very well for muscle spasms, which I had in a terrible way after my first fusion. ... (9 replies)
... I took 700 mg of Neurontin and a Zanaflex and no numbness. I pulled my neck out again and that is why I took the Zanaflex, which I rarely take. So it must be the nerve, not the medication. ... (11 replies)
... I am having numbness in my fingers and hands. I have had this before, but I thought it was from Zanaflex. ... (11 replies)

... lexeril, which mind you does nothing for me at all, but my DR did give me a trial pack of "AMRIX"....I have not tried it yet, due to the fact of I feel tired now and I am afraid it will make me feel sleepy....Has anyone experience that medication yet? ... (9 replies)
... Both Zanaflex and Neurontin can be sedating. Many people report feeling spacey or like a zombie while taking Neurontin. And Zanaflex can make you pretty tired and drowsy. Thats why it is best to take that at night. ... (3 replies)
... Wow that has got to hurt having that fusion in your neck. I am glad to see you came to the pain management board and welcome aboard. ... (9 replies)
... I take Zanaflex also. I have the 'heavy' feeling in my arm also. But I don't think the two are related, cuz I had the arm thing long before I was taking the Zanaflex. ... (11 replies)
... If the Neurontin is not working well or you are experiencing terrible side effects then ask about the Lyrica. ... (9 replies)
... I don't have any experience with Norco but have had vicodin and lortab. My experience with that drug is I walked around nauseous or actually vomiting most of the day. It just doesn't agree with me. ... (9 replies)
... s personal experience with these meds, and if my issue is pain why are they giving me a med for seizures? ... (9 replies)
... I've taken Norco prior to moving into pain management and I found it to be a good pain reliever. ... (9 replies)
... This is the newest round of meds my doc has put me on since my neck fusion. I have a plate and two rods and 12 screws in my neck. ... (9 replies)
... I take gabapetin 300mg 3 times a day for nerve pain. I'm still not sure if it helps my pain but I have had absolutely no side effects and take it throughout the day. I am also on the muscle relaxant flexiril and that has not helped me at all but also had no side effects. ... (9 replies)
... Hey Carol, You have to remeber that conversion charts are just ball park. The fact that Tom can tolerate The combined BT dose and the avinza, suggests that he can tolerate that same dose around the clock safely. ... (7 replies)
May 18, 2004
... While Zanaflex is a wonderful medication, what you describe is more of a neuropathic pain problem. Zanaflex will help you sleep, but it won't do a whole lot as far as reducing your pain. ... (10 replies)
Question on meds
Jul 24, 2004
... Hey Kissa, Although Morphine and Hydrocodone are in different classes, Hydro, oxycodone and Hydromorphone, the synthetics are considered pro drugs and have more of an uplifting effect, this is caused by the histamine response opiates cause. Hyistamine release is also what causes itching. ... (7 replies)
... Yes, Ibuprophen can cause gastric bleads and kidney failure. A few years back they removed the jumbo size bottles of IBU from the NFL trainng rooms due to kidney failure and gastric bleads. ... (13 replies)
... ve been on it for so many years that I occasioally have to take a "break" from it, due to tolerance. I usually go with the flexaril during these breaks, because zanaflex never did anything. ... (13 replies)
Apr 14, 2004
... Hi Sublime, Zanaflex is actually an old drug, The name is new but it's an older BP med. It's normally prescribed for spacticity rather than muscle spasm. ... (3 replies)
... in too. AD are very personal in the reaction each one has to each person. The same way pain meds work differently for each person. Morphine doesn't help me a bit and it may be your savior. The same for AD's. Neurontin is ideally suited for nerve pain. I have heard many folks good relief when used in conjunction with opiates. ... (3 replies)

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