I already received one treatment of botaxin for uncontrollable eye lid closures and when it started to wear off, I began taking robaxin, which seems to prolong my eyelid closures, mainly left eyelid. The doctor that injected the botaxin did not want to prescribe robaxin for me, as he said that he was not familiar with the drug and therefore did not want to prescribe it to me. Subsequently, my personal care physician did not have a problem prescribing it to me. I am with a different medical group now and have been seen by another specialist for the treatment of blepharospasm, yet she has not heard that robaxin 750 was used for temporary delay of uncontrollable eyelid closures. So my question is, is it possible that the robaxin that I am taking on a daily basis prolonging the eyelids from uncontrollably closing?