dosing customization

A tailored approach to dosing to meet patients’ individual needs

FLEQSUVYTM (baclofen oral suspension) is now available from Azurity, a leader in providing innovative products that address the specific needs of underserved patient segments

Tailored approach

Enables flexible, precise dose titration and customization*

Liquid formulation

Oral liquid suspension may help improve adherence

Grape flavor

may help enhance taste


at controlled room temperature 20˚C to 25˚C (68˚F to 77˚F) and does not need refrigeration

*A calibrated measuring device is recommended to measure and deliver the prescribed dose accurately. A household teaspoon or tablespoon is not an adequate measuring device. Discard unused portion 2 months after opening.

FLEQSUVYTM does not have head-to-head data on adherence.

FLEQSUVYTM oral suspension eliminates the need for crushing or compounding

Did you know?

34% of FDA-sampled compounded products failed one or more standard quality tests performed, including potency testing1

Compounded drugs are not FDA-approved2


Standardized suspension that provides consistent potency from the first mL to the last

FLEQSUVYTM has the highest concentration of the liquid formulations of baclofen currently available for prescription3,4‡

Recommended Dosing

  • 5 mg TID for 3 days
  • 10 mg TID for 3 days
  • 15 mg TID for 3 days
  • 20 mg TID for 3 days
  • 20 mg QID
    (maximum dose)

(baclofen oral suspension) 25 mg/5 mL (5 mg/mL)3

  • 1 mL TID (3 mL/day)
  • 2 mL TID (6 mL/day)
  • 3 mL TID (9 mL/day)
  • 4 mL TID (12 mL/day)
  • 4 mL QID (16 mL/day)
    (maximum dose)

(baclofen oral solution)
(5 mg/5 mL)4

  • 5 mL TID (15 mL/day)
  • 10 mL TID (30 mL/day)
  • 15 mL TID (45 mL/day)
  • 20 mL TID (60 mL/day)
  • 20 mL QID (80 mL/day)
    (maximum dose)

baclofen tablets
(10 mg or 20 mg)5

  • 5 mg TID for 3 days
  • 10 mg TID for 3 days
  • 15 mg TID for 3 days
  • 20 mg TID for 3 days
  • 20 mg QID
    (maximum dose)

TID=Three times a day; QID=Four times a day.

‡Verify the strength and the dose of the product prior to prescribing, dispensing, and administering.