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Can an Indiana Dr prescribe Soma and Norco to same patient?
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I have been on soma's and norco for over 10 years my dr claims he can no longer prescribe the soma because of new Indiana law he cut me off cold turkey it has almost killed me my blood pressure is stroke level now never had high blood pressure before is it true about Indiana rules my pharmacist claims it's not he says it's more paperwork for dr's office what is the truth? ## Perhaps you will need Blood Pressure medicine? We are hearing a lot from all these "new rules", yet a simple search shows little in most States. I think the DEA has outlined some general outlines on how and what a Doctor can prescribe. ## Go to an ER if your BP is 180/120. You are in hypertensive crisis. Then call a lawyer and sue his stupid a$$ for medical malpractice. ## Eddy is correct. Th...
Updated 9 hours ago in Soma.
zanaflex drug test
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Can mobic 15mg or zanaflex 4mg show up as anything on a drug test? ## Can mobic or zanaflex give false positive for soma
Updated 12 hours ago in Zanaflex.
can robaxin give a false positive for opiates
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can robaxin give a false positive for opiates on a drug test ## Robaxin contains the active ingredient Methocarbamol, which is a muscle relaxant and no, it hasn't been known to cause false positives for anything on drug tests. Where you taking anything else, even over the counter products? ## does it have the same effetcts on a soma? ## I MEAN AS A SOMA? IS IT THE SAME EFFECT? ## I wouldn't be too sure that it wouldn't cause some sort of false positive on a standard drug test. I am prescribed methocarbamol which is the generic version of the drug and it clearly says on my bottle to notify your doctor you are taking this drug prior to submitting to a drug test as it has been known to cause false positives. I'm unsure what exactly it comes up as and wanted to know before m...
Updated 14 hours ago in Robaxin.
i need a pain dr management who doesn require referral will give me my xanax2mg roxy30 diluaida 8mg soma 350mg takes medicar
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I need a pain doctor or pain clinic who doesn't require a referral, takes Medicare and Medicaid who will prescribe my Xanax2mg, Diluaida 8mg,Roxy30, Soma 350mg,I have my paperwork from the hospital state to take these meds,I need someone in Atlanta Ga,or Roswell Ga,Lwrncvil Ga ## Hello, Cindy! How are you? I'm sorry that you're in pain. As to your medications, it is doubtful that you will find one doctor that will prescribe them all. Due to the new regulations that were put in place last year, you need to see a specialist, so for that list, you'll most likely need to see a pain management specialist, as well as a psychiatrist for the Xanax. These medications carry the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, drowsiness,...
Updated 15 hours ago in Soma.
Pale yellow, round, scored, APO, T1-2
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The pill is pale yellow, round & scored on one side. The other side has APO with T1-2 below the APO. ## Hello fellow V! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Apotex Corp and they list it as containing 2mgs of Tizanidine, which is a muscle relaxant. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 1 day ago in Tizanidine.
muscadol orphenadrine citrate 35 mg + paracetamol 450mg
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Is a prescription required to use this tablet? I have lower back pain and was taking this tablet for the last 3 consecutive days. My level of pain has been reduced a lot. Are there any side effects associated with consuming this medication daily (without being under a doctor's supervision)? ## I'm sorry, I don't know if a prescription is required where you live. Most countries do require one, but not all. As to the side effects, there is always a risk of those, with any medication, whether you are, or aren't under a doctor's care. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Are you on any other medications?
Updated 1 day ago in Orphenadrine.
10mg cyclobenzaprine vs 500mg methocarbamol
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I recently had cervical spine surgery (fusion of 3 levels). Before the surgery I was prescribed 500mg methocarbamol three times daily. After the surgery I am now prescribed 10mg cyclobenzaprine. Can you tell me the difference between these two medications? ## They are both muscle relaxants, but the base chemicals are different, so one, or the other may work for each different person that tries it, since we are all different. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. How is the new one working for you?
Updated 2 days ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Taking Baclofen and Soma together
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Is it safe to take Baclofen and Soma together? I have not done it yet so I'm a little leery, but I hurt all over due to an automobile accident. ## No, these are both muscle relaxants, so you would be doubling up, which might result in overdose toxicity. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Have they both been prescribed for you? What type of injuries did you suffer?
Updated 3 days ago in Baclofen.
baclofen cream allergy symptomms
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I recently started a baclofen, amtripyline & gabapentin cream for vuladynia. I have just discovered redness, almost burn like on the edge of the vulva and on my leg. I can not find any information as far as side effects and the doctor's office did not know. I don't know what to do. ## I have been diagnosed with vulvadynia and been working with my gyn/uro doctor for over a year. I have used nustatin, clobetasol, & topicort with no success. I also use Premarin vaginal cream twice weekly. Last week her prescribed a special compound of amitriptyline, baclofen & gabapentin. Has anyone tried this combination. I have a long history of UTI's and major bladder repair surgery including 2 slings of cadaver tissue on my bladder & urethra. Following surgery I was told my ...
Updated 3 days ago in Baclofen.
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...8667bague ## The markings in the description indicate this pill to be Skelaxin (800 mg). Skelaxin is a muscle relaxant used to relax muscles and relieve pain caused by strains, sprains, and other musculoskeletal conditions. You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## I take 1 oxycodone during the day&2 at nite.I also take gabapentin 11/2 pills four times a day for nerve pain.I also take meloxicam 2 times a day.I have degenative disc disease,nerve damage in neck&lower back,a very painful form of arthitis in my neck&lower back,senosis&bulging disc in neck&lower back,a pertruding disc in upper back from a accident.My dr gave me sam...
Updated 3 days ago in Skelaxin.
methocarbamol 500mg + hydrocodone/apap 7.5-325 + gabapentin 300mg
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It's hard to swallow liquids as it seems my esophagus is swollen. What could be causing it? Any of my medications? ## Does it just seem like it's swollen, or has it been confirmed by a medical professional? Many medications can cause it, according to FDA reports, but it is hard to say just from this vague post. Have you ever been diagnosed with acid reflux? That is also a possible cause. If it comes down to a medication, I think Methocarbamol would be the primary suspect, since it is a muscle relaxant and muscles help us swallow... however, there is also the possibility of an allergy.
Updated 4 days ago in Methocarbamol.
Methocarbamol and percocet - possible accidental overdose
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I had neck surgery two weeks ago and I may have accidentally doubled up on my medication. It is oxycodone/apap (percocet) 5-325 rx'd 1 to 2 every 4 to 6 hours, plus methocarbamol (robaxin) 750 rx'd 1 every eight hours. I may have taken 2 percocets and 1 robaxin at 7:30; then took the same dosage again accidentally at 7:45. For the life of me I can't remember if I had just thought about taking them at 7:30 when I went to take a shower and changed or if I actually did.. and then redosed myself after my shower.. I have not had any all day as I am trying to only take them when absolutely needed. But I had a pretty active day and was hurting so I was taking them to help me sleep.. Just a wee bit concerned here. I am 5'7 and about 215lbs. Thank you for any advice whether it is...
Updated 4 days ago in Methocarbamol.
Carisoprodol or something else? (OP-35)
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I was born with cerebral palsy, blessed with a mild case, hemipligic (one side of my body) is damaged for people out there that don't know what that is... My motor nerves were damaged at birth, weather before or after labor I will never know, but your motor nerves are what moves your muscles, so I take soma for the involuntary muscle spasms my right side of the body has 24/7... Thanks to the lord I can still walk... Recently I have been given 3 different generic brands of soma from the rite aide that I had great repor with for 15gears and one other pharmacy that I returned to wondering if I can get the qualitest brand that I trusted for years, well it has been hell, excuses be gone please from these pharmacists that take me in circles and have told me how to question this matter wit...
Updated 4 days ago in Carisoprodol.
carisoprodol soma watson
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white oval pill with blue specs scored with an A on the left and the numbers 159 on the right ## This is not Carisoprodol. The pill in description is Phentermine HCl (37.5 mg). More details about this medication are available at: Do you have any other quesitons or information to add? Please post back if you do... ## Will SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHAT PHENTERMINE IS? WHY WAS I PRESCRIBED THIS IF IT ISN'T CARISOPRODOL? I HAD A BAD REACTION TO IT, SO THIS ALERTED ME TO OBSERVE ALL OF MY GENERIC BRANDS, AND TRY TO STAY WITH THE ONES I AM FAMILIAR WITH! DW
Updated 4 days ago in Carisoprodol.
Doctor has husband on soma norco and ativan he also is in dire need of an anti anxiety medication either in conjunction with ativan or to replace
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Husband has myriad of physical and mental issues, the most debilitating to me is his anxiety and depression. Given the meds he has used already for years, what else could he take that woudnt interfere with what he is taking now? He goes for a psych medication evaluation in two days and starts pain mgmt in two weeks. Any input highly appreciated ## I have been on almost everything for depression. .MDD, Oct and anxiety. The only drug that gas helped me is PAXIL WITH KLONOPIN! I also take serious pain med.s but have been on the same b4 with no interference. ## Ativan is a very strong anti aniety medicine. I took it, hated it, and stopped. 1 week later I was almost dead from a benzo withdrawal. You might consider asking for a switch to Xanax/Klonopin/Valium ## Hes been on the ativan for 22 ...
Updated 5 days ago in Soma.
soma addiction
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Prescribed in USA as non-narcotic muscle relaxant, are there other uses for this medication? ## DOES ANYONE KNOW WERE I CAN BUY SOMA ONLINE FOR MY SPASM. ON AN EASY SITE. PLEASE RESPOND ## sOMA IS ALSO A MILD PAIN RELIEVER...AND GIVES HELL OF A BUZZ IF YOUY TKE TOO MUCH(4+)i DON'T RECOMMEND DOING THIS ON PURPOSE...... ## In the US this is a prescription ony drug, so obtaining it by other means is illegal, since it is a controlled substance, having even one pill, when it is not prescribed for you is also illegal. This is a muscle relaxant that is used to treat muscle spasms, sprains, strains, and this can relieve the accompanying pain from such. It is completely non-narcotic, but out bodies can become dependent on anything we take regularly for a long period of time. But in itself, i...
Updated 5 days ago in Soma.
Can different brands of carisoprodol work differently?
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I have been using soma/carisoprodol for many years. Usually the paharmacy gives me generic from Watson or Qaulitest. Last time I got the meds it was manufac. by Carimax. It didn't work as well. Do different brands work differently? ## Yes, there can be some differences in generic drugs, the FDA allows a window, of the active ingredient, of up to plus or minus 20% from the name brand product. This can cause variations, where you may, in some rare cases, receive less of a dosage than normal and it may not be as effective. ttp:// Do you have any other questions? ## Is there any way to tell by the brand names? That way I could avoid the lesser dosage. ## No, there really isn't, other than by your experience. I wish there was, it would make it easie...
Updated 5 days ago in Carisoprodol.
soma dangers and overdose
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could someone tell me if a person takes soma, can they overdose? my best friend im afraid is addicted and going to end up dead. ## of course your friend could overdose. But I would not worry as long as they aren't taking like 7 or 8 a day unless they are mixing it with much heavier drugs ## YES, YOU NEED TO BE VERY VERY WORRIED. I HAVE BEEN FIGHTING THE BATTLE OF ADDICTION TO SOMA FOR MANY YEARS. IT IS SO ADDICTIVE ALOT OF DOCS DO NOT USE AT ALL. IT IS INSANELY ADDICTIVE. I HAD 5 DUI'S ON SOMA AND COUNTLESS OVERDOSES AND HAVING MY STOMACH PUMPED. YOU DONT HAVE TO MIX IT TO DIE BUT IT DOES HELP ## Yes Cindy is correct. The simple fact of the matter is that our bodies can become addicted to anything we use or take regularly for a prolonged period of time, anything from your mornin...
Updated 5 days ago in Carisoprodol.
Flexeril Vs Baclofen
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Is Flexeril safe to take after age 60? I have muscle pain. I get all tied in knots and can't even stand up straight. My doctor gave me Baclofen and it did nothing to help me, but Flexeril has always worked. ## The older you are, the more sensitive you might be to the side effects of any given medication. When it comes to muscle relaxants, the NIH warns that they may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. However, only you and your doctor can decide which is best for you. Have you told them that the Baclofen isn't working for you? Are you on any other medications?
Updated 6 days ago in Baclofen.
Expired Carisoprodol (Soma)
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I am in excruciating pain. I found an old script for Soma that expired in 1996. Can I take it without doing any harm? ## You could although it may not work like it did when new ## Yes, Eddy is correct, expired medications can be less effective than when they were fresh and new. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. This is also not a pain reliever, it is a muscle relaxant, so it may not help you in the way you wish. Are you on any other medications? Have you consulted your doctor?
Updated 6 days ago in Carisoprodol.

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