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PaulX

Tizanidine

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PaulX

Good morning people,

I have finally got to start on Tizanidine, something that is going to help with leg spasms and hopefully go someway to relieving the constant fatigue.

Its a new drug for me. I have been through the usual candidates without much success.

 

It is far to early to make any comment at all on it, so fingers crossed.

 

If any one else has been down this route I would be interested to hear.

 

Paul

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Shirl

Hi Paul

 

After all the trouble Baclofen caused you, I'm glad you have a new med on board to try and help your symptoms. Go steady, learn the PIL by heart (not) and keep your doctor up to speed. (It seems I had cliché curry for tea).

 

I've been on Baclofen a long while but, having changed GP recently, I've every confidence that good care will be taken of my one remaining kidney - many of these drugs are off limits to me now.

 

Take care

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PaulX

Thanks Shirl.

So far no problems.

Sleep is not as good, but that could be down to anything.

Once I become less conscious of taking it then I'll get a better idea of how it's working.

 

Paul

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