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muscle relaxant

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Verwon Says:

I am finding it listed as a muscle relaxant on several Spanish websites, but I cannot find a listing of what it contains.

As a group, though, muscle relaxants generally cause such side effects as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache.

Does anyone else have more information on this and its active ingredient?

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karlox Says:

Carisodoprol 350mg per pil

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karlox Says:

correction there... Carisoprodol at 350 mg per pill

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Dez Fez Says:

Is real good stuff, kinda like a Qaalude. Just be very very careful not to take more than prescribed dose. This med. seems kinda innocent however a false misleading feeling of more is better. It is an older med. and has history of putting you to sleep forever; yeah mortality if too much taken. I have read that the newer muscle relaxants reduce likelihood of a fatal overdose.

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Lynda Says:

I was given Tensapriv as an over the counter sleeping aid when I was in Costa Rica. It seemed to work for me. Now I am back home in Ontario Canada and would like to buy this over counter sleep aid but can not find it to buy. Do you know if it's a safe sleep aid? Any idea where it can be bought?

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Jfu004 Says:

It's fairly addictive and requires a prescription in Canada. It is a muscle reactant and not meant to be taken for sleep but does make you extremely relaxed. I'd be careful with it, I was given 30 after surgery because I cannot take strong pain killers and took it 2-3 times a day and once it was gone I felt horrible for about a day and a half. So I definitely wouldn't recommend taking daily. If you want to find more info on it just google Soma. That's the name for it in the states and Canada too I believe.

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Mare Says:

How many 350 mg of tensapriv do you take for pain (red and white capsules) at a time?

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EDDY Says:

Re: Mare (# 8) Expand Referenced Message

One. I just found the price to fill a prescription - only 67 Cents or 387.6 Costa Rican Colón for a bottle of 30

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