Muscle Relaxer

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Muscle Relaxer Overview

A muscle relaxant is a drug that affects skeletal muscle function and decreases the muscle tone. It may be used to alleviate symptoms such as muscle spasms, pain, and hyperreflexia. The term "muscle relaxant" is used to refer to two major therapeutic groups: neuromuscular blockers and spasmolytics. Neuromuscular blockers act by interfering with transmission at the neuromuscular end plate and have no central nervous system (CNS) activity. They are often used during surgical procedures and in i...

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Soma (carisoprodol): Cor 103 vs Dan 5513

Which soma (carisoprodol) generic is best? I'm reading that the 'cor 103' makes you feel like you took a narcotic but isn't. Sounds nice as I do not like them either but the relief they provided. I have been on dans for years but seeing this makes me want to give this generic a try. Any feedback? Watson (Actavis - Mayne pharma) - dan 5513 Sandoz - cor 103 Sun - 446 Qualitest - V Med Pharma - MP Aurobindo ## There is no way to suggest any given best one for any certain person, you really just have to try them and see what works best for you, since we are all different. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and drowsiness. Personally, I haven't tried this medication. Can anyone that has tried it chime in? T...

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what is the difference between pain o soma and prosoma

I only want to know the difference between Pain-O-Soma and Prosoma. ## If you ONLY want to know the difference between these two drugs, you would need to speak to another Felon that has ordered controlled medicine from overseas. Or you could read archived posts here about both drugs and educate yourself? ## I am not a felon. I only wanted information but since you seem to know the law and have apparently tried illegal transactions, I will advice you that I found out what I wanted to know, the legal way. I don't trust felons and I feel you are one of knowledge. I went thru legal channels to find my answers. No thank you for the failure to answer a simple question. ## What did you find out? ## @Cricket, Although I haven't found many specific details, Carisoprodol seems to be the m...

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does methocarbamol cause weight gain

My wife started taking this drug 4 months ago and has been gaing weight-we think it is from the drug? ## My wife started taking METOCARBAMOL 750 MG 4 months or so ago for muscle spasms AND HAS BEEN GAINING WEIGHT SINCE->She has made no other changes! Sure would appreciate a reply . TY Linda ## does methocarbarmol make a person to gain weight and does it have any sude effect ## HAVE MULTIPLE SCLEROSES-HAVE BEEN ON METHOCARBOMOL FOR THREE YEARS-CANNOT LOOSE WEIGHT AND CHOLESTEROL KEEPS GOING ON UP-AM A STRICT VEGETARIAN. I AVOID SWEETS AND DON't eat any fat, except a little olive oil. MY DOCTOR THINKS THERE IS NO CONNECTION, BUT I AM SKEPTICAL. ## No, the muscle relaxant Methocarbamol has not been known to cause weight gain. However, what does frequently happen when someone is tak...

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Is Soma a narcotic muscle relaxer?

My doctor has told me that that soma is a narcotic and she does not want to prescribe it to me any more. I suffer from chronic back pain as well as muscle spasms. I have tried other muscle relaxers as well as anti inflamatories and none of then do not work. Soma is the only one I have found to work for me without making me sleepy. Any information you can give me i would really appreciate. Thank you, Dana ## No, it is not a narcotic, nor is it related to opioid pain relievers. Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol. It has, however, been known to be habit forming and to be abused, by some people. ## Soma - Do they come up on a U/A? Since you say it's not a narcotic what do they come up as? ## I have ankylosing spondylitis. Other than the Enbrel and other such meds, what is ...

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white round pill no imprints or markings

resembles a mentos in size and shape, completely white with no evidence of a coating, no imprints or markings ## it's probably a diet pill ## It is most likely that this was some type of over the counter product. From the size and shape, my best guess is that it was a supplement of some type, though I can't be certain. If there are no markings, we can rule such pills out as being U.S. manufactured prescription medications, because they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification, in case of emergency. However, there is a small chance it could be a foreign medication, but that isn't very likely. I've seen some Calcium supplements that resemble this, though. Does anyone else recognize it? ## could be a muscle relaxer soma from mexico looks just like a ...

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Small round pill with beaker and a shield

Pill is an off white or yellow fairly small and perfectly round tablet with rounded sides. A beaker inside a shield is what appears to be on one side and the other side a single line through the center. I was told it was a muscle relaxant but have never seen one with this imprint. ## Did you find out what they were?

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Shortage of Soma (Carisoprodol) DAN 5513

I am writing this thread forum to discuss the shortage on soma and carisoprodol. Recently even the best pharmacies in my area are completely out of soma. Had to wait a week just to get my second best preferred soma 350mg generic. I had to settle for Jubliant Cadista Pharma generics which are the imprinted OP 35 white tablets. I have been on the Watson formulation for over 5 years which are imprinted DAN 5513. Luckily when Activas Elizabeth / Mayne Pharma acquired Watson Pharma then of which now Teva Pharma has acquired Activas medications. Activas was smart as they kept the Watson formulation of soma and dispensed the watson generic formulation. Last month I was able to find the watson DAN 5513 tablets and was informed they would have them in stock in future no problem. This was not the...

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The best type of muscle relaxers

I need a muscle relaxer that would work the best I've tried cyclobenoprine, & methocarbamol which either worked. Can someone recommend me a great muscle relaxer that I could ask my doctor if she would prescribe? Please help thank u ## SOMA will work. ## best bet is soma ## IN RESPONSE TO YOUR QUESTION SOMA WORK'S VERY WELL BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE SOME TIME TO GET USE TO IT, BUT IT HELP'S ME A LOT. DO YOU USE OXYCONTIN? IF SO HAVE YOU FOUND ANY THING THAT WORK'S FOR YOU SINCE THEY HAVE REPLACED THE OLD ONE'S THE NEW ONES DO NOT WORK AT ALL AS THE OLD ONES DID IF SO LET ME KNOW. THANKS. ## Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, it is one of the most potent muscle relaxants available. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and...

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Yellow pill 2632 on one side fancy v on the other

Yellow pill 2632 on one side fancy v on the other ## The pill in description is Cyclobenzaprine HCl 10 mg manufactured by Qualitest. Cyclobenzaprine is a muscle relaxant, typically prescribed to relieve pain and muscle spasms. (NDC 0603-3079) Inactive Ingredients: - Croscarmellose Sodium - FD&C Yellow No. 6 - Hypromelloses - Lactose Monohydrate - Magnesium Stearate - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Polyethylene Glycols - Titanium Dioxide - D&c Yellow No. 10 - Polysorbate 80 ## I found a yellowish/orange pill with a v on one side and the numbers 2632 on the other side ## Will this medication help you sleep? And what is the average dosage you should take? ## yes they will cause you to be drowsy ## Will this pill stop toothache? ## I believe it is a muscle relaxer. It can make you d...

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SOMA 350MG WITH IMPRINTS OF SG 109

Just received my refill of soma 350mg but they look different than the ones I am used to getting from the same pharmacy. No read out was put in the bag. The white round pill had a SG 109 on one side & blank on the other side. Anybody ever heard of these before? Because, since there was no print out of the new different medication I was a little worried, "what if the pharmacist made a little error in mine & somebody else's medications". Thanks for any feedback. ## Errors are made every day but these pills have been identified as Soma ## That is correct, they are manufactured by ScieGen Pharmaceuticals and they list them as containing 350mgs of Carisoprodol, which is a generic for Soma. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, hea...

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