Myoflex Pain Relieving Cream
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  • I think, at least once a week, I'm at the grocery store or local pharmacy trying to find a new pain relieving cream that is long lasting and effective to treat the pain that I experience on an almost daily basis
  • Some massage and shiatsu has worked in the past to alleviate the problem, but it's always been short-lived, so I need something to help between those periods of relief
  • As I said before, it's a bit more costly, at around $12 a tube, so I was really hoping it would do one heck of a job, and if it worked, because of the cost, I would be saving it for those days when the pain was at its worst
  • And, yes, I could still feel the pain, but it was so much more mild in comprison to what it was before I used this product, so I know it works and works the way its supposed to
  • Could stand for it to be cheaper, so I wont be buying it as often as I like, but i'll definitely try it again


    • by Anasuya
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      This is probably one of the more expensive pain relieving creams I’ve tried over the course of the last year and a half, and I’ve tried a LOT, to say the least. I think, at least once a week, I’m at the grocery store or local pharmacy trying to find a new pain relieving cream that is long lasting and effective to treat the pain that I experience on an almost daily basis. I have lower back problems that can’t be accurately diagnosed, though my doctor believes it’s a pinched nerve, mostly likely the sciatic nerve that runs along the buttock and down the legs. My pains will radiate from my lower right back, all down my upper thigh, and is usually worse when I’m sitting and when I put pressure on that leg, which makes walking a humorous situation for anyone watching me. I have to constantly have something for it, because I’m on my feet

      at work all the time and don’t have the financial luxury of physical therapy sessions, which my doctor has recommended. Some massage and shiatsu has worked in the past to alleviate the problem, but it’s always been short-lived, so I need something to help between those periods of relief. I have about a dozen different pain relieving creams and products in my house at any given time, and usually they are all my favorites that I find work better than most other similar products, and once such product that I’ve recently added to that list is the Myoflex Pain Relieving Cream.

      As I said before, it’s a bit more costly, at around $12 a tube, so I was really hoping it would do one heck of a job, and if it worked, because of the cost, I would be saving it for those days when the pain was at its worst. It’s odorless, so I can easily ...


      • apply it while on break at work, or before work, and no one is the wiser. I’ve worn some icy hot products to work before, and managed to stink up the whole store with it, so that’s never a good thing if it can be avoided. It’s also greaseless, and since I tend to make a mess applying these kinds of creams to my own back, it’s nice to know that it will easily wash out of my clothes and no one will have a clue that I just lathered down with an ointment of any kind. I’ve very used to a menthol/medicated kind of smell, and I have to admit that part of me misses that, because it’s that smell and that hot/cold sensation that lets me really know the product is working, so all I had to go on here was wether or not I could feel the pain.

        And, yes, I could still feel

        the pain, but it was so much more mild in comprison to what it was before I used this product, so I know it works and works the way its supposed to. I wish, for that price, it got rid of the pain entirely, but it at least makes it bareable, and seems to make it bareable for a good amount of time. Usually I have to reapply icy hot products every two hours, but this one seemed to go a good six hours before I felt the need to apply it again, and I didn’t find myself crigning in pain, so I knew it was working, even if I could still feel the pain a bit throughout the day. I liked it mostly, though, because I could use it at work and it wouldn’t smell. Could stand for it to be cheaper, so I wont be buying it as often as I like, but i’ll definitely try it again.




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    Jeredith says :

    What effects do myoflex have on the muscle that helps relieve the pain soreness of the muscles How does it work ?What effect does myoflex have on the building or rebuilding of your muscle.EX When you work out your muscles break down and you need protein to repair them, but when you put myoflex on them what effect does it have on the reconstruction fase?

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    Galega says :

    The prime work that this cream does is to relax the muscle. Generally, we feel pain because of straining of muscle at the area. That may happen because of various reasons. This cream soothes the area and relaxes the muscles giving instant relief from pain.

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