has anyone ever had pvcs/pacs while on the muscle relaxant flexeril? for the last couple of months my constant pvcs have been actually somewhat manageable, or at least tolerable. then i was involved in a car accident and was prescribed flexeril 7 days ago. the palps started 30 mins after the first pill. i just thought it was stress from the accident and "oh great, the skips are back"...until they became debilitating, and my bp dropped to 90/50, where as it is usually 115/75.i went to the dr. AGAIN and he said to go see a cardioloist AGAIN. then i thought "well the only thing ive done different this week is take that flexeril" so i stopped taking it 48 hours ago. this morning i woke up and havent had one palp all day.my bp is normal too. i went from at least 40,000 a day all week to NONE!
im not complaining, for sure, but just wonder if this ever happened to anyone else?or am i imagining it?
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