Soma V 2410 Pill Information

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Crystal Says:

Found a match it's Carisoprodol 350 mg, which is a centrally-acting skeletal muscle relaxant whose active metabolite is meprobamate.

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Al Says:

I have a pill that I believe is SOMA. It says 5513 on one side and DAN on the other. Can anyone confirm that this is Soma and what dose is it?

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barbara Says:

Yes, it is Soma and the makers are Watson. It's a good and genuine Soma to have. :)

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Cameron Says:
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Re: barbara (# 3)

Hey Barbara. Please help me find out which pharmacies carry V 2410 by Watson. All I get here is cheap brands that don't help any. I have neck spasms regularly due to two shoulder surgeries. Pharmacies here only prescribe cheap generics. Thank you for your kindness. Call me Uncle D.

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kcc83 Says:

Is a circular tablet with the numbers 2410 on it and a fancy V under the numbers used to kill pain, similar to oxycodone?

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EDDY Says:

Re: kcc83 (# 5)

No one will be an Opioid and Soma is a Muscle Relaxer

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Paradise lover Says:
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Re: Cameron (# 4)

CVS carries the Soma V 2410. I live on the west coast, and it is actually the generic version of the medication, but works well. I hope this helps.

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joss Says:

Re: Paradise lover (# 7)

Not any more.

CVS has gone to vensun with a amount limit here in PA.

No idea how good this one works.

Now what?
Watson or PAR manufacture?
Input please.

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