That is because soma works, I have been taking soma350- for 5 years from my pm at 5 tabs a day.and for whatever reason he cut it down to 3 a day.he says that's what he's comfortable with now and seeing how hard a time everyone else's having getting soma i feel lucky to get that. Having said that i just had a spinal fusion and my pain mgt doesn't prescribe soma at all.get plenty of other pain meds but no soma. As a matter of fact no pain mgt dr will prescribe soma, everything else but not soma. Makes no sense because soma works so well
I would just like an answer as to why dr will no longer write soma. They write pain meds for people who don't even need them but will not write soma for a person that does. So why won't dr write soma anymore?
Quick answer is they are addictive, and have a high probability of abuse. That means they get you buzzed like being drunk, and it become difficult for some folks not to take them.
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