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Muscle Relaxers That Get You High
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
No: Your muscle problems may have a " beginning". With good musculoskeletal doctors you need to find an "end" that does not rely on medications. If you think you have an addiction risk, speak to your physician. Alcohol, tobacco, and addictive eating habits may be clues to your misuse of muscle relaxers. ...Read more
I get muscle spasms under my should blade and muscle relaxers or ibuprofen don't help. What can I do.?
Muscle spasms: For how long have you had these? Any history of car accident involving minor spine injury? See a neurologist. ...Read more
Yes you can: Valerian is a herbal compound that is "relaxing". Flexeril is a "muscle relaxant" with properties of sedation or relaxation of the mind. You may safely stop Flexeril at any time (it is not addictive) and learn non-pharmacologic techniques to control muscle pain. A physiatrist, a physical therapist, or your current physician can help. Best wishes in your health recovery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes I get noctural muscle cramps and they wake me up. Should I try Flexeril? I heard about it that is a muscle relaxant.
Is my doctor trying to stop my labor? Like I have contractions every 4 minute lasting 80 seconds long i'm 36 weeks am 5 days pregnant and keeps getting muscle relaxers and what not but not working. Is my doctor trying to stop labor
Late preterm labor.: Your doctor is probably trying to keep you as comfortable as possible during your episode of late preterm labor. Muscle relaxants, however, do not work for anything but musculoskeletal pain and you are suffering from uterine contraction pain. Patience, tylenol, lower back massage by your partner, and frequent assessments by your obstetrician to determine if you are in active labor are needed! ...Read more
Perhaps: Most muscle relaxers have anti-cholinergic side effects, and this can result to memory issues in the elderly, people with alzheimer's disease, and even in a few sensitive otherwise normal folks. Talk to your doctor about what is occurring. ...Read more
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