Flexeril - Can someone use this for substance abuse purposes?

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8 Jan 2012

Hello shanan32. Yes, most certainly. Muscle relaxers are fast becoming through abuse the new catergory of addiction. Some people might disagree in as much as what the defintion of abuse is as well as addiction. Best of wishes and good health to you,pledge

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