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Is percocet and cyclobenzapar good together for fibromyalgia pain?

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Dr. Charles Rocamboli
Family Medicine 20 years experience
Not really: Narcotics do not work well for fibromyalgia. Try a yoga class.
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Dr. Linda Callaghan
Addiction Medicine 55 years experience
See PCP first.: The Percocet is an opiate and the cyclobenzaprine is a muscle relaxant and they are often used together to treat pain. The problem is that both are very addicting if taken on a long term basis so since fibromyalgia is a chronic problem and an alternative treatment that would be better is an antidepressant Cymbalta or savella (milnacipran) and Lyrica or neurontin.See pcp for advice.
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