I have seen this medication mentioned in a couple of posts and wanted to give my experience of it. My MIL has been taking it since the early days of her diagnosis and it is very helpful for muscle pain and spastic problems. She is now PEG fed and, yes, it can come in a liquid form (all her meds are now) that can go right down the tube. What we have found with that and with another med she takes-Pregabalin- is that it is dose critical. Just right and she is comfortable and "with it". Tiny bit too much and she is totally out of it. The Pregabalin, which is used to help neurological pain was very much a trial and error thing when we first got it. We used to call her "the drunken sailor" when she'd had too much. Once the Baclofen bottle got dropped and it took a few days to replace as it has to be made up to order. She was in more pain but had more speech. Evil trade-off.
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