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  1. ... spasticity caused by certain neurological disorders such as cerebral palsy (condition that causes difficulty with movement and balance), paraplegia (inability to move parts of the body), athetosis (abnormal muscle ... benzodiazepines. It works by calming abnormal overactivity in the brain.
  2. ... of age or older who do not have cerebral palsy (condition that causes difficulty with movement and balance); ...
  3. ... with spinal cord injuries, stroke, multiple sclerosis, or cerebral palsy. It is also used to prevent, treat, or ...
  4. ... improve the ability to move in children with cerebral palsy (condition that causes difficulty with movement and balance). ...
  5. ... ever had epilepsy, a stroke, a rheumatic disease, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, a psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia ...
  6. ... the covering of the spinal cord and/or brain), or Paralysis (can't move parts of the body) or ...
  7. ... clot in your arms, legs, lungs, heart, and brain that may cause a heart attack or ... or understanding; paralysis or numbness in face, arm or leg; sudden ...
  8. ... control), Guillain-Barré syndrome (weakness, tingling, and possible paralysis due to sudden nerve damage), or optic neuritis (inflammation of the nerve that sends messages from the eye to the brain); any type of cancer, diabetes, heart failure, or ...
  9. ... damage), Guillain-Barre syndrome (weakness, tingling, and possible paralysis due to sudden nerve damage) or optic neuritis (inflammation of the nerve that sends messages from the eye to the brain); numbness, burning or tingling in any part of ...
  10. ... control) Guillain-Barré syndrome (weakness, tingling, and possible paralysis due to sudden nerve damage) or optic neuritis (inflammation of the nerve that sends messages from the eye to the brain); numbness, burning, or tingling in any part of ...
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