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Very scary post from Abbott Boards about Amrix

Discussion in 'Cephalon' started by Anonymous, Oct 22, 2008 at 10:06 PM.

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  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    My wife needs this drug and sure enough she can't find it for less than 300 bucks; including insurance coverage. The asshat doing the "Blue Collar Math" above needs a nose dive into blue collar pain land. Give yourself an icepick enema up your eyeball, I know it will help get all that shit out of there.

  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I've been on worker's comp for a few years now & have 5 blown discs in my neck. Amongst other issues I've had a non-stop headache (that has so far lasted) more than 5 years. I also deal with daily migraines which make (what I call my baseline) headache brutally intolerable.

    Taking the AMRIX reduces the frequency & severity of my neck/trapezius spasms. When I take the Flexeril (or other generic cyclobenzaprine) I'm always groggy, constantly feel like I have cottonmouth, have to take it multiple times a day & still don't get the amount of relief as when I take the Amrix. I also end up suffering more from my "base line" headache but that is probably because it's doing less to help with the neck spasms.

    Don't get me wrong, I still suffer on the Amrix but I don't have all the side effects & the frequency of my spasms are greatly reduced. As well as only having to take it twice a day.
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Thanks for the feedback! So happy it's working well for you!
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Actually, it's a $5 coupon until 12/15. Just got a stack of them from my doctor.
  6. yvonneb3

    yvonneb3 Guest

    I just got my first prescription for Amrix from my Dr and it only cost me $5 for 60 of them. I did have a coupon from my Dr. If my insurance didn't cover it, I just wouldn't get them and would just stick with Flexeril.
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I have read all your statements to each other and I just wanted to thank you all for not only all the great information but the laughs I got from this post.