Both of them have back aches because of the heavy back packs that they carried in school.
Under No circumstances should "KIDS" both of whom are under the age of 12 be allowed to take Flexeril.
First off, your telling your kids it's OK to take prescription medication that was not prescribed for them.
Second, these kids are not even teenagers, yet you're setting a pattern telling your kids it's okay to take drugs.
That's just darn wrong!
Lastly, kids are resilient when they're young. They don't need medications!
Make the right choice say NO to drugs for children!
I agree with Bestpup, children of this age should not be taking muscle relaxers. One tip my niece uses is to use 2 pack backs. One for the 1st half of her schedule and one for the second half. She leaves one in her locker and switches them out when necessary. It has helped her with sore back from carrying so much. Look for alternatives if this doesn't work for your sons; they are just too young for this type of meds. Best wishes, ChelleKay
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