Methocarbamol 500mg

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april Says:

what is it use for

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Alli Says:

does this drug contain asprin?

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Verwon Says:

No, Methocarbamol is the active ingredient, so there is not Aspirin in this.

Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxant, the pill mentioned in the OP above is 500mgs, it is a generic for Robaxin.

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gail Says:

I took one methocarbamol 500 Mg tablet and it open my dream window and I had a nightmare not knowing I had giving a friend one and she also had a nightmare of people getting murder or being a victim of someone trying to kill them. This medicine should be off the sheft before the dream come true.

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Debbie Says:
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Can they be cut in half , in case they make you sleepy

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Kenny Says:
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I cant find tje strength of.3009 methocarbamol somelme helo2

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