I have severe pain, and severe allergies, robaxin seems to work without causing allergy problems. I have fibromyalgia, auto-amune disorders, arthritis, adrenal insuffiency, so I take two tablets four times a day of robaxin750. I have done this for many years, now insurance is questioning.
1 Mar 2012
I have been taking the same amount of the same medication for years now, and I must say, it works like a charm. Although, I don't want to play which disease is worse (so I won't as they are both incapcitating), I have both cervical and spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, degenerative disc and joint disease (just to name a few, at the ripe old age of 56). When I need them, I want them.
Simply ask your prescribing doc to write medically required on the presciption of the generic form ie., methocarbamol, and your insurance is required to provide them to you.
Hope you are feeling all relaxed in no time at all,
The Happy Hippie
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