Cyclobenzaprine And Methocarbamol

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Becky Says:
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My husband had spinal surgery on Monday and has been suffering from debilitating muscle spasms. He took a 10 mg Cyclobenzaprine just over an hour ago but has just received 750 mg Methocarbamol. Is it safe to go ahead and take the new pills now? He is in agonizing pain. Hoping someone can help...



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David Says:

Hi Becky,

Sorry to hear about your husband's debilitating condition. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center (umm.edu / drug interaction tool), there are no interactions listed between Cyclobenzaprine and Methocarbamol.

While this does not necessarily mean that no interactions exist, it is my personal opinion that they're deemed as safe to take together.

Nevertheless, it's always a good idea to double check with the prescribing doctor before administering anything that you're unsure of.

I hope this helps!


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