Is flexeril an NSAID?

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Anonymous

29 Jan 2012

No, it is in the class of muscle relaxers...

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29 Jan 2012

Hi..
Cyclobenzaprine, also known by the brand name Flexeril is a muscle relaxant medication used to relieve skeletal muscle spasms and associated pain in acute musculoskeletal conditions..It is not NSAID..It works with another mechanim..
good luck..

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