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Can You Get Fexmid (Cyclobenzaprine) Online?

Yes, licensed medical doctors can prescribe Fexmid (Cyclobenzaprine) online after a medical evaluation.

You can speak with one of our online doctors to learn more about Fexmid. Book an online appointment with one of our top doctors using your phone or computer.

During your virtual visit, a physician will review your symptoms and medical history to provide a diagnosis. If the doctor determines that a patient would qualify for Fexmid, they can write a prescription and electronically send it to a nearby pharmacy for pickup.

What Is Fexmid (Cyclobenzaprine)?

Fexmid is the brand name for the generic medication cyclobenzaprine. It's used in the treatment of muscle spasms and musculoskeletal conditions of sudden onset. It is not an effective treatment for chronic conditions, and is often only prescribed for use over a short span of time not exceeding more than a few weeks.

Fexmid FAQs

  • How Does Fexmid Work?

    Cyclobenzaprine is a central nervous system relaxant. What it does is it relaxes the nerves to reduce nerve impulses from the muscles shooting towards the brain. In effect, this eliminates pain and relieves muscle spasms that cause it.

  • What Is The Recommended Fexmid Dosage and Treatment?

    Fexmid is not a chronic or maintenance medication, so it can't be used to treat long term conditions like cerebral palsy. Your doctor will likely only prescribe the medication for a short period of time until the spasms subside. Use of Fexmid for periods longer than 2-3 weeks is highly discouraged.

    Do not exceed the prescribed dosage amount, and do not change the dosage schedule as instructed by your doctor. If you feel that you might need to extend the prescription to achieve optimal results, consult your doctor and inquire whether it would be possible to continue the use of Fexmid for your case.

    The dosage amount for Fexmid changes from person to person. Depending on your condition, your doctor might prescribe an initial dose of 5 mg, three times a day. For more severe cases, doctors may increase the dose from 5 mg to 7.5 or 10 mg, three times daily.

    For individuals who are hepatically impaired or for elderly patients, the dosage frequency may be adjusted to just twice daily. The specific schedule or time of each intake may vary.

  • What Are The Benefits of Fexmid?

    Fexmid helps relieve the pain associated with sudden onset muscle spasms that result from fatigue or muscle overuse. In some cases, doctors may also use Fexmid to relieve pain caused by certain musculoskeletal disorders.

  • What Are The Side Effects of Fexmid?

    Like all other medications, Fexmid has been known to cause certain side effects. Depending on how your body adjusts and responds to the medication, it may be possible for these side effects to have a significant negative impact on your overall wellness.

    Some of the side effects associated with Fexmid include:

    • Dizziness

    • Drowsiness

    • Lightheadedness

    • Headaches

    • Dryness of the mouth

    • Blurry vision

    • Constipation or diarrhea

    • Frequent urination

    • Muscle twitching

    • Trembling

    • Trouble speaking

    • Taste changes

    • Tiredness

    • Excitement or nervousness

    Some adverse reactions associated with the use of Fexmid include:

    • Convulsions

    • Fainting

    • Confusion

    • Loss of balance

    • Jaundice

    • Rashes

    • Irregular, fast heartbeat

    • Labored breathing

    • Vomiting

    • Stiffness

    • Hallucinations

    • Increased body temperature

    Keep in mind that some side effects and adverse reactions are not included in this list. If you suspect any negative changes after the use of Fexmid, report these to your doctor.

  • What Are The Considerations and Precautions for Fexmid?

    There are certain medications that may interact with the use of Fexmid. These interactions can be dangerous to your health and even fatal in some cases, which is why it's imperative that you discuss all pertinent medical information with your doctor prior to requesting any sort of prescription. If you use any of the medications listed below, make sure to inform your doctor to determine the ideal drug regimen for your unique case.

    Some medications known to interact with Fexmid include:

    • Zolpidem

    • Lorazepam

    • Tolterodine

    • Pregabalin

    • Morphine

    • Oxycodone

    • Promethazine

    • Modafinil

    • Topiramate

    • Tramadol

    • Alprazolam

    • Levocetirizine

    Similarly, Fexmid has been known to interact negatively with certain medical conditions. If you have any of the conditions listed below, be sure to discuss the benefits and risks of Fexmid with your doctor for your unique case:

    • Cardiovascular conditions

    • Overactive thyroid gland

    • Wide-angle glaucoma

    • Sinus tachycardia

    • Chronic heart failure

    • Severe liver disease

    • Arrhythmia

    • Heart attack within the last 30 days

    Always discuss your complete medical history and background with your doctor before agreeing to take any prescription medication. Give a run down of all the medications you take, as well as any relevant medical conditions that you might have or previously suffered from.

    For pregnant women, there are no known negative effects of Fexmid on the child in utero. Use with caution and make sure to discuss the benefits and risks with your doctor prior to use.

    While there are limited studies on whether Fexmid is secreted in breastmilk, certain other drugs within the same group of medications have been known to pass throug human milk. With that, it's ideal that breastfeeding mothers avoid the use of Fexmid unless under the prescription and recommendation of their doctor.

  • Can You Buy Fexmid Online?

    Services like Plushcare let you meet with doctors virtually, providing you easy, convenient, and effortless consultations that let you acquire prescriptions for Fexmid.

    While it would be convenient to be able to purchase Fexmid online, it's important to remember that Fexmid is a prescription medication. Online sources that claim to sell Fexmid without a prescription from your doctor should be avoided.