A 19-year-old male asked:
I take baclofen orally to treat spasticity at 60mg. now i build up tolerance. i decided to stop taking it for a week and continue take it. is it work?
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Pain Management 37 years experience
Baclofen: Baclofen, a GABA agonist, is often prescribed for chronic muscle pain disorders that have been refractory to other medications. Baclofen should be slowly titrated to a range of 30-80 mg/day and should never be abruptly discontinued. Side effects may include nausea, confusion, drowsiness and weakness, especially in older patients. Do not self-medicate, always ask your physician first.
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