Cyclobenzaprine 10mg Tab M 751 Round Peach Color

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Ruth Says:


can you take a cyclobenzaprine now and later today take a tumornal?



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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but I can't find any information on a medication under the name Tumornal, or something similar.

Can you post back with more information? Such as what country it is from and/or what it contains?

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Not sure if you are spelling the pill correctly. The first thing that came to mind was Tramadol which is used for pain. If that is the pill you are speaking of Tramadol has a bad interaction with Cyclobenzaprine. Tramadol is one of those pills that can't be used with many drug that relax the body. You do better taking a NSAID. It is very important to read those information sheets that comes with prescription. You will be amaze at some of the antagonist results....so no combining.

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cheryl Says:
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I take tramdol and cyclobenzapr no problems. One is for pain other muscle relaxer.


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Louise Says:
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Does flexaril expire? I have several from 2014. I have a pinched nerve. Is it safe to take one?

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