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Is Zanaflex addictive? If so, does a patient require specific orders from doc for withdrawal?

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24 Aug 2011

Any drug can be psychologically addictive and many cause physical dependence. Zanaflex can cause rebound symptoms when the drug is withdrawn. Here is what the literature says about dependence:


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