Active ingredients: buprenorphine hydrochloride
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I'm on suboxone/subutex for opiate withdrawals & 2 stop opiate cravings. I have muscle spasms in my back & have been prescribed a few different relaxants n the past including, baclofen, flexeril, zanaflex, & soma. I have found baclofen 2 help my muscles not feel as tense when I'm on it. Zanaflex seems 2 make me 2 sleepy even taking just half a pill at a time.. Flexiril doesn't help me at all. I also have carpal tunnel n want 2 ask my sub Dr. If he can put me back on meloxicam cuz it has just started flaring up again lately n that's what I was taking n the past 4 it by my old dr who also was prescribing me the baclofen. I read on drugs.com drug interaction check and found meloxicam n subs have no findings of any interaction problems but baclofen and subs says it's a critical mixture 2 take 2gether.. Does anyone know if baclofen & other relaxants really aren't safe to take together? I see my sub Dr. On Jan 13th, (He is my only Dr. atm) and he is licensed 4 prescribing subs but he also is a MD Dr. for nerves, joints, bones, & muscles. Also does anyone know if gabapentin (Neurotin) can be prescribed for carpal tunnel instead of just an anti Inflammatory like meloxicam? Any help & information would be very helpful n I'd truly appreciate it please! Thank you :)
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