Flexeril is not an opiate & it might help with the pain & sleep. Others on this forum have sworn by the Thomas recipe, I don't know it, but look thru this sight & I'm sure you'll find it.
I've been using subutex which is great, but you need to find a detox MD who will prescribe it. It's fantastic because you can function, work, be with family, everything. If you google subutex you can find a MD. Or google Meditox of Palm Beach, maybe they can help you find an MD in your area. Good luck
i actually took flexeril during my w/d from oxy's and it helped me tremendously with the restless leg thing...i also took a few valium to help with sleep but dont take to many of those cause they r addicting also....i only took like 4 during the whole process.....good thing i dont like downers lol.....im so proud of u...how long were u using?if u dont mind my asking.....hang in there....try to eat and drink so u wont get dehydrated.....love ya....
Hi im suffering from withdrawal syndrome 5 months coming off baclofen (oral) It didnt agree with me at all > My stupid neuro didnt wean me off it and I have suffered horrendously. im still suffering 5 months off the drug and from a small dosage.
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