5 Jan 2013
Xhocolate, when I was first diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, my Rheumatologist put me on Zanaflex, and I was one of the people that it made kinda spacey. The Dr. Said it would either quit in a few days, or I would need another one. I wandered the same thing myself? I've mainly heard no, but a couple of people questions. I will totally be honest though. I have went back and fourth with muscle relaxers due to the drowsiness effect, Tizanadine (Zanaflex), makes me a little drowsy, but it kills two birds with one stone. It helps my Fibro, and my horrific muscle spasm's. great luck to you, Ruthie
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