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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Round peach pill AP212

Came across some pills that I had put aside but not smart enough to label them. I think they are a muscle relaxer. AP212 on one side, scored on the other. They are round, peach / light orange / salmon, etc. in color and round. ## The pill you are describing contains Methocarbamol 500 mg, a muscle relaxer (NDC 60429-118). Inactive ingredients - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Croscarmellose Sodium - FD&C Yellow No. 6 - Hydroxypropyl Cellulose (Type H) - Hypromelloses - Magnesium Stearate - Polyethylene Glycols - Triacetin - Titanium Dioxide

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. Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, but it has been known to be habit forming and to be abused, by some people. However, what you have to remember is that prescribing it is entirely up to your doctor, she is not obligated to do so. You also have the option of finding a different doctor, for any reason you choose. Are there any other questions? ...

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Withdrawals from soma, morphine, xanax, oxycodone - help please

I have been in pain management for years, lost my doctor along with other patients, and primary won't fill or says she can't and messes up my progress to get in new pain management in time. Now I'm losing Soma, was 3 times a day, now I have 7 tabs left. Was on 45 mg of morphine 3 times, oxycodone 15s and xanax 5 mg 3 times a day. Which she said she can not write for. Why, if she knew or thought this pain clinic was prescribing more than standard, did she never say a word until i had to go to her in desperation for this? Your primary that has to refer you and get info to get into a new pain clinic, I have very serious health issues no one is dealing with, I feel alone and suicidal. I even told my doctor and the old pain clinic staff that left, and not a bit of help, yet they ...

Updated in Soma

So yesterday I FINALLY RECEIVED my prescription of Pain-O-Soma in the blister packs that are from (Supposedly) HAB Pharmaceuticals & they ARE / WERE AWFUL!!!! I took 3 & #1) they DID NOT FEEL LIKE ANY BRAND OF SOMA THAT'S MADE HERE IN THE GOOD OLD UNTIED STATES OF AMERICA & #2) I think that they may have even given me MORE // WORSE MUSCLE SPASMS!!!! I can't believe that I f***in wasted close to $200.00 on these things & then had to wait for over 3 weeks to receive them... They came from India... So now I've got over 120 of these damn things, they're in the blister packs & they're a plain white pill with no numbers or anything on them except for a strait line on one side of the pill... I read about these in these forums & because there were mor...

Updated in Soma

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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Soma coming out of India called Pain-o-Soma

Has anyone bought & recieved a supposedly generic soma from Indea called Pain-o-Soma (In blister pack) supposedly from H A B Pharmaceuticals??? I ordered from this website called ""?? Has anyone else Recieved this exact same medication called Pain-o-Soma?? I took a few & they actually made my muscle spasams worse!!! They'res pain white tablet tats go no letters/ #'s on them. Blister-back.. Will someone tas gotten these PLEASE RESPOND BACK TO ME?? THANK YOU..... ## the soma from india is differant for some reason the ones ive tried are under the name sparxs... they didnt help my sore back but there definetly was a dizzy like side affect ## yeah, they suck. they stink, smell\look\feel\taste like sheetrock and i ended up throwing the rest of the ones in h...

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White pill E221

Hi. I have a pill that has a slanted E and 221. It is not oval nor egg nor circle shaped. I think it is something with 'hydro', but I can't seem to find it. Thank you. ## Hi. I have a pill that has a slanted E and 221. Is it Metformin 1000MG? ## White round pill with a slanted E 221 - Orphenadrine ER 100 MG tablet, used for pain. A muscle spasm pill. Used 2-3 times daily depending level of pain. ## Is there a Hydrocodone 5mg + Acetaminophen 500 mg pill with the letter and numbers "E221" on them?

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White Round Watson 418

round white pill imprint says watson 418 ## The pill in description marked Watson 418, is Cyclobenzaprine HCl (10 mg). Cyclobenzaprine is a muscle relaxant, typically prescribed to relieve pain and muscle spasms. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## What is the recommended daily dosage of 'Watson 418'? Also, should it be taken with or without food?

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strongest muscle relaxers

small round orange pill.. has number A301 ## This tablet contains 10mgs of Cyclobenzaprine, a generic for Flexeril. This, however, is NOT the strongest muscle relaxant available, Soma or Skelaxin are both much stronger, this one is fairly mild. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. You can read more on this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## My insurance refuses to copay for Soma, when I asked my De about it he said that a would have a difficult tile finding a Dr who would write a script for Soma as they found that it was addicting.

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green white es 255

Pressed powder Green E | S over White 255. I purchased these from Walmart, and they are the Equate Brand muscle relaxant and anti-inflammatory extra strength. Type: Variant Blanket Brand: Rougier Pharma Product Identifiers: Walmart Item # 30723322, 4095006 UPC 5873997937 MCN 113014 Group # 6000078112712 SKU 10187762 ## These tablets are generic 'Extra Strength Muscle & Back Pain Relief' or similar description. Per the other posts, sold as generic WalMart Equate, Kirkland, and I have Life Brand ones from Shopper's Drug Mart (all in Canada). They are a combination of acetaminophen and methocarbamol, which is the muscle relaxant in Robaxacet. The tablets I have consist of: 500mg acetaminophen (Tylenol) 400mg methocarbamol, muscle relaxant Don't trust that the tablets yo...


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