Compare Gablofen vs. Norgesic

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Works well to control muscle spasticity.

Gablofen (baclofen) is effective for long term spastic conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and others. It is administered intrathecally by a pump connecting to your spine.

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Upsides
  • Gablofen (baclofen) is the agent of choice for treatment of muscle spasticity.
  • Gablofen (baclofen) has fewer side effects than the oral form, since higher levels can be delivered to the spine at lower doses.
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Downsides
  • Gablofen (baclofen) can cause sleepiness and drowsiness.
  • Stopping Gablofen (baclofen) right away can be life-threatening, so a doctor would need to help you stop it.
  • Gablofen (baclofen) has to be started in the doctor's office. You or your caregiver need to be trained on how to use the pump.
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Dosage forms
  • Injection
  • Pill
Price
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Side effects
21possible side effects
  • Loss of muscle tone
    35%
  • Drowsiness
    19%
  • Headache
    11%
  • Convulsion
    10%
  • Urinary Retention
    8%
  • Dizziness
    8%
  • Nausea
    7%
  • Increased muscle tone
    6%
  • Vomiting
    4%
  • Slowed breathing
    4%
  • Pain
    4%
  • Itchiness
    4%
  • Increased salivation
    3%
  • Swelling of limbs
    3%
  • Back pain
    2%
  • Constipaiton
    2%
  • Diarrhea
    2%
  • Weak muscles
    2%
  • Pneumonia
    2%
  • Urination control problems
    2%
  • Inability to urinate
    2%
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The Norgesic (Orphenadrine / Aspirin / Caffeine) FDA package insert doesn’t have numbers about how common side effects are.
Risks and risk factors
  • Withdrawal symptoms
    • Stopping Gablofen (baclofen) too quickly
  • Driving impairment
    • Taking with alcohol
    • Taking other medicines that make you less alert
    • Age 65 or greater
  • Seizures
    • Higher dose
    • Using other medicines that can cause seizures
    • History of seizures
    • Alcoholism
    • Eating disorders
    • Brain infections
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