Cyclobenzaprine 10mg, What Is An Equal Substitute

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Thomas Says:


Want to know what this drug is equal to in a more familiar name.



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Karen Says:

Cyclobenzaprine is Flexeril.



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David Says:

@Thomas,

No two drugs are "equal" in my opinion, because they also contain different binders and fillers, different half-lives (i.e. some lasting longer than others), different release rates (i.e. how quickly it affects you), etc.. So when you ask about an equal substitute, the best I can do is point you in the direction of different brand names of Cyclobenzaprine... Karen named 1 of them, and two others I'm aware of are Amrix and Fexmid.

There are also various medications within the same drug classification as Cyclobenzaprine; known as muscle relaxers. A few drug names in this category are as follows:

Methocarbamol, Carisoprodol, Metaxalone, Orphenadrine, Chlorzoxazone, and Dantrolene.

I hope this helps answer your question!

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