Soma (carisoprodol): Cor 103 Vs Dan 5513

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Goozer Says:
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Which soma (carisoprodol) generic is best? I'm reading that the 'cor 103' makes you feel like you took a narcotic but isn't. Sounds nice as I do not like them either but the relief they provided. I have been on dans for years but seeing this makes me want to give this generic a try. Any feedback?

Watson (Actavis - Mayne pharma) - dan 5513
Sandoz - cor 103
Sun - 446
Qualitest - V
Med Pharma - MP
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Verwon Says:

There is no way to suggest any given best one for any certain person, you really just have to try them and see what works best for you, since we are all different.

The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and drowsiness.

Personally, I haven't tried this medication. Can anyone that has tried it chime in? Thank you!!!

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goozer Says:

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Of course there is, as all generics vary. Man, you and eddy seriously enough is enough, and of course certain generics are different. You would be crazy to think otherwise as each is made in different country or usa and all have different inactive ingredients.

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