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I Would Like To Know If Norflex Contain Any Sulfa Drug

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF NORFLEX (ORPHENADRINE) t IS WHITE IN COLOR.HE MEDICATION ## No, you have the active ingredient listed correct as Orphenadrine, it is most commonly used to treat muscle spasms. Learn more Norflex details here. Are you allergic to sulfa drugs? ## Im allergic to sulphur and penicillin does norflex and meloxicam has these

Norflex hair follicle drug test

I have a hair drug test next week and I am on Norflex (100mg ER), but it was just a sample 4 day supply from the hospital. Will it show up on the test? ## A hair drug test is meant to show consistent use over time. A 1.5 inch sample, cut at the scalp line, will go back 90 days. I don't know of any hair drug test that would include Norflex.

scored white round tablet M on one side 221 on other side

small white scored table with M on one side and 221 on the other side ## The closest I could find to this actually has 3M 221 on the round white tablet with a score mark. 3M Pharmaceuticals lists it as being a 100mgs Norflex tablet, which contains the active ingredient Orphenadrine, which is a muscle relaxant. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and drowsiness. Can you please double check the imprint and post back? Thank you!

I Have Loose Motion From Past 2 Months Daily 3 Times And Bubble Sound In Stomach What Is The Problem

I have loose motion from past 2 months, daily 2-3 times and have bubble sound in stomach, i got colonoscopy done but there was not problem, what is the problem? ## What has your doctor advised? Have you changed anything in your diet, either the food you're eating, or beverages? The bubbles sound like they may be due to gas, but there are many things that could be causing the diarrhea. You may want to try keeping a food diary for a few weeks, writing down everything you eat and drink, then when the problems occur. This could help you discover the trigger item(s). ## I Have Loose Motion From Past 2 Months Daily 4 Times And Bubble Sound In Stomach. i am eating every thing but from last 3 day i am eating only one dish boil rice now pain is in my both legs. i have eating these tablets,, ...

tested pos for meth.

I do not take any street drugs at all. I am disabled and I am raising 4 of my grandkids. For a personal reason someone called DSS and they done drugts. I take several mecidens For my disability. At my drug screen testing I was not worried at all because I have a script for everything I use. Well my drug screen showed up as meth and I have been taking NORFLEX.. This is the only med I found that could show up that way. Please help me and let me know if anyone has any information about it. Thanks Angie. ## Norflex, which contains Orphenadrine, should not show up as Meth, either. It is not related to it, nor in the same drug class. ## Certain over the counter antacids also throw a false positive for methamphetamine so don't just take someone's word for it. It's also a pain tryin...

Gen payne prolonged use - diabetic

Hi, I need some advice on the prolonged use of Gen payne. Been struggling with TMD and the dentist prescribed genpayne and norflex, so I've been taking the gen payne daily (sometimes twice) for something like 2-3 weeks now I've stopped taking it today and woke up feeling shaky. Will this feeling stop over time or do I have to see a doctor?

Norflex with Xarelto

I take Xarelto. Can I use Norflex too? Can I take it at the same time? I took Xarelto first, then the doctor prescribed me the Norflex because of a muscular pain. ## Hi Liz, According to's drug interaction tool, there are no interactions found between Norflex (Orphenadrine) and Xarelto. However this is not to say that no interactions exist... I would still encourage you to double check with your prescribing doctor just to be on the safe side. Although I don't foresee a doctor prescribing their patient two medications that interfered with one another, they can and do make mistakes. I hope this helps!

does norflex contain asprin

does norflex contain asprin ## No, Norflex contains the active ingredient Orphenadrine, it is used to treat muscle spasms. Common side effects may include: dry mouth, dizziness, orthostatic hypotension and insomnia. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## norflex cotaine aspirn?

ophenadrine citrate

norflex ## Orphenadrine is mainly used to treat painful muscle spasms and some of the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and urine retention. Learn more Norflex details here. Are there any comments or questions?

norflex co

Does Norflex contain asprin ## No, Norflex contains the active ingredient Orphenadrine, it is most commonly used to treat pain and muscle spasms. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. You can read more on it here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## can I try this for restless legs. ## how many must i take per time...

3m/221 white round

pink oblong 93/149 ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill marked 3M 221 to be Norflex (100 mg), also known as Orphenadrine. You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... I found your other pill marked 93 149 to be Naproxen (500 mg). Naproxen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug commonly used for the reduction of moderate to severe pain, fever, inflammation and stiffness. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.


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