2410 V Soma Difference From Dan 350

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Roxie Says:

How are they different, Dan one side other side 350, pill found one side blank other side 2410 with v?

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EDDY Says:

Different in what way? They are a fine generic substitution!

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Roxie! How are you?

They are the same medication, if I'm understanding you correctly (you meant the tablet with the DAN 5513 on it?), they've just been manufactured by different companies, which is very common with generics.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Roxie Says:

Soma 350 by Watson feels not the Same as other plank side over is 2410 with v, they are real thick compared to my Dans, 350 ?

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EDDY Says:

This generic equivalent can be up to 20% weaker, however they can also be 20% stronger as well!

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Will Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 1)

The ones with Dan on them are not made by Watson any longer they are manufactured by Actavis Pharma and are worthless. The soma with the funky shaped V on them are made by Qualatest manufactures they are a bit better than Actavis brand. They do not make them like they used to.

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EDDY Says:

Re: Will (# 5)

I'm not sure I said they were. ANY Soma from a legit source is better than none at all!

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goozer Says:

Re: Roxie (# 3)

Those are both decent if not most common rx generic soma 350mg or carisoprodol. both are good generics. The watson is now owned by actavis or mayne pharma but they have kept the watson formulation. The watson compared to qualitest soma is a bit better and more expensive at wholesale. follow the money.

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