Pms Cyclobenzaprine

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doger Says:


have two pills one that has 3 sides with oval top with imprint pms and 111 other side. second pill has 5 sides looks like a house ,imprint cz 10 and letter G on other side, are they muscle relaxant's and do they keep you awake as a side effect ? tks



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doger Says:

what is the best site to look up and identife pills, tks
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Verwon Says:

Yes, both of the tablets you asked about contain 10mgs of Cylclobenzaprine, which is a muscle relaxant and usually, they cause drowsiness as a side effect.

Learn more Cyclobenzaprine details here.

And as to Canadian pills, due to the new laws they put in place, there really is no site anymore that's going to have a completely comprehensive database. To try to prevent fraudulent pills from hitting the market, they are not releasing information on all of the imprints anymore.

However, anytime you have one that you are questioning, you can feel free to make a post and I will gladly see if I can locate an identification for you.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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