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Is Baclofen the same thing or have the same effect as a Soma?

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18 Sep 2012

It is nice to meet you I hope this explains your question.
They are both muscle relaxers. But Soma has aspirin in it with some muscle relaxant but it is used usually for pain.

Baclofen is strictly a muscle relaxer & does not have any type of pain medication in it.
It has an antispastic muscle relaxer & works really well for muscle spasms. I have been on Baclofen for about 8 yrs for muscle spasms. I hope this helps explain if not let me know what other questions you might have. Kathy

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18 Sep 2012

For me they are very different.

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18 Sep 2012

Soma doesn't have aspirin in it, Soma Compound does. Both the meds you asked about work differently but with the same end result, muscle relaxation.

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