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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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...

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white pill 5668 dan

round white pill with 5668 on one side and DAN on the other side ## was cleaning out cabinets and found a pill.small white,5668 on one side,Dan on the other side.What is it? ## The tablet with the 5658 DAN marking contains 10mgs of Cyclobenzaprine, which is a muscle relaxant. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache and dry mouth. Learn more Cyclobenzaprine details here. Are there any comments or questions? Is there anything I can help with? ## Me too but can't find out anything the ones on here are 5658 mine is 5668

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Getting Teva brand of Soma filled

Is it possible to get the Teva brand Soma dispensed when I fill my prescription? Are they the ones marked 2410V, or the Dan 5513 Soma? ## As of 7/21/21 the Teva availability was not good. There is a Soma shortage worldwide: Reason for the Shortage: - Teva has carisoprodol on shortage due to manufacturing delay - Cadista discontinued carisoprodol tablets - Endo Pharmaceuticals discontinued carisoprodol tablets - Rising discontinued carisoprodol tablets - Mylan has Soma tablets available - Sciegen has carisoprodol tablets available ## Oxford soma IMO is better than all the other. Just got mine filled and very satisfied ## Wow I have been getting these Oxford 'Pharmace' 0 111 Vanadom Soma for the last 9 months or so. I had never heard of Vanadom before and these are awful, smaller ...

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liferpal md

found a pill that is quite large, oblong, blue and light blue with the words Liferpal MD on both top and bottom portion of capsule. ## This is Carisoprodol, brand name Soma, it is a muscle relaxer. It's very habit forming and apparently you aren't supposed to take it consistently for more than 2-3 weeks. ## how many mg of soma are in the blue capsules? (from mexico) ## Liferpal is a company and makes many Blue pills. Without a pill # it would impossible to be identified. Nothing i have read indicates this is Soma ## Having gone through a listing of Liferpal's products, I have to agree with Eddy, while they do make several medications, there are no muscle relaxants listed among their product line, neither Soma/Carisoprodol, nor any others. They have various antibiotics, pain ...

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V 2410 white round pill ID

White Round Pill with 2410 with a V under it, What is it? ## GENERIC NAME: CARISOPRODOL - ORAL (kar-iss-oh-PRO-dole) BRAND NAME(S): Soma Medication Uses | How To Use | Side Effects | Precautions | Drug Interactions | Overdose | Notes | Missed Dose | Storage USES: This medication relaxes muscles and relieves pain and discomfort associated with strains, sprains, spasms or other muscle injuries. Muscle relaxers are for specific muscle injury and pain and should not be used for general body aches and pains. HOW TO USE: This medication may be taken with food or immediately after meals to prevent stomach upset. Take this as directed. Do not increase your dose or take it more often than prescribed. This medication provides temporary relief and must be used in addition to rest, physical therapy...

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Expired Carisoprodol (Soma)

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? ## Pharmacist are eager to hurt and not help. They have no idea what your medical condition is and don’t care. They are judgmental, especially if you are in pain and old. Maybe they should take an oath. “First Do No Harm.”. Hu...

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Gen payne prolonged use - diabetic

Hi, I need some advice on the prolonged use of Gen payne. Been struggling with TMD and the dentist prescribed genpayne and norflex, so I've been taking the gen payne daily (sometimes twice) for something like 2-3 weeks now I've stopped taking it today and woke up feeling shaky. Will this feeling stop over time or do I have to see a doctor? ## Gen-Payne contains Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, and Codeine, the latter of which is an opiate, so you may be experiencing some mild withdrawal effects, which is normal if you suddenly stop taking it abruptly. According to FDA reports, you may also experience nausea, rebound pain, dizziness, and headache. ref=" target'=_blank" rel="noopener">Medline Plus Codeine However, if your symptoms become severe, or if you feel you...

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Find A Doctor In Orlando Florida For Soma

I need a good doctor in Orlando who will prescribe soma. ## I NEED ONE TOO! PLEASE HELP! ## Contrary to what many people believe, Soma is just a muscle relaxant, it is not a narcotic analgesic, therefore, you don't need a specific type of doctor to prescribe it. Any doctor can do so, as long as you have a legitimate need for it. You can learn more Soma details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Can anyone recommend a good doctor in the area? ## No one mentioned Soma was a narcotic, nor was anyone asking for a specific type of Doctor for Soma? ## thanks eddy ! youre right- i was not. ## Global Neuro & Spine at 121 W. Underwood will write for Soma.... I used to go here and get it with refills! Good luck. ## So I have a question then. I have...

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large green and yellow tablet - RIKER

Large pill, one half green and the other (back) half yellow marked Riker ## I found a old pill bottle that was 3 different tones layers top side imprint said only says RIKERS yellow, thenbottom side was green and middle is white, the date said 1967, what is it. There is no identifation on the bottle of what the pills were only that said take 1-2 from every 4 hours for pain. whatis it? Just curios ## Hello, I was unable to find anything on these pills from a credible source but from what I gather "Riker" is the brand of medication and that they had multiple pills. Other members have claimed that pills similar to your description are pain killers of some kind and there are other types of "Riker" pills that were anti-appetite pills that were nearly similar to the illegal dr...

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I need a pain management dr in Georgia

I need a pain doctor or pain clinic who doesn't require a referral, takes Medicare and Medicaid, who will prescribe my Xanax 2mg, Dilaudid 8mg, Roxy 30, 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, dr...

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