SKELAXIN: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Muscle Spasm “I had fibromyalgia and muscle pain. With this med it felt like my skin was on fire and I couldn’t sleep. I am now appealing to Medicare to keep my soma that has worked for me for at least 5 to 6 yr now”

Gkkoz (taken for less than 1 month) February 17, 2018

For Muscle Spasm “Day 2 on Skelaxin following a fall which resulted in a rotator cuff injury and deep gashes on my arm. I feel not a bit of relief from this combined with Mobil for the rotator cuff and Keflex for the open wounds. Better relief from 600/800 mg ibuprofen but worried about stomach side effects of taking that much.”

Review September 26, 2017

For Muscle Spasm “I have been taking Skelaxin every since 1994. I was suffering with Fibromyalgia. I had a bad car accident and had no clue what Fibromyalgia was. I found out and Fibromyalgia is not pleasant at all. I finally found a doctor that properly diagnosed me and he prescribed me Skelaxin. I don’t know what I would have done without it. I have tried other muscle relaxers and they did not work or they made me too drowsy to function. I am much better now and I usually take one Skelaxin at night before I go to bed.”

Luvrofmusik (taken for 10 years or more) July 23, 2017

For Muscle Spasm “Was perscribed skelaxin for spasms caused by an extensive back injury. Unfortunately, I’m not able to take this medication. Causes severe nausea, vomiting, and confusion.”

NotSomethingICanTake (taken for less than 1 month) April 9, 2017

For Muscle Spasm “I’ve been on Skelaxin for a month now and it’s a God send. Best medication for all my pain.”

Covrgrl32 (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 15, 2017

For Muscle Spasm “This drug is the most effective medication I have ever used for my chronic neck pain. After a period of time I no longer need to use this drug since my neck pain is greatly diminished. Other aches and pains have been reduced as well. I have not experienced any side effects. The only pain that has not been reduced are my migraines.”

GLAs$ (taken for 2 to 5 years) August 21, 2016

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