Beserol Medication For Back Pain

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Beserol was prescribed for me recently due to my spinal condition which showed via (x-rays) that the last four vertebrates were almost lying on each other. No separation between. Plenty pain. The Beserol prescribed: Reformulated methocarbamol 500mg, acetaminophen 350mg (white, oval-shaped tablets, 10 to a card). I am also placed on ibuprofen...Mydocalm, Omeprazole. The question: Is is OK to take Beserol in the breach, when the pain is on?



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Verwon Says:

The first problem I see here is that you really shouldn't be taking the Acetaminophen in the Beserol, with the Ibuprofen. They are both nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, so there is really no need for 2 of them.

It is very easy to overdose, by taking too much, plus taking them both can aggravate some of the severe side effects, such as stomach irritation, bleeding and ulcerations.

You do have some protection there with the Omeprazole, but taking 2 of them is still risky.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Acetaminophen/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Ibuprofen/­

In addition, you are also combining 2 muscle relaxants, the Methocarbamol in the Beserol, with the Tolperisone in the Mydocalm.

The problem here is that they both can cause central nervous system depression, which can cause lowered heart rate, lowered breathing rate and lowered blood pressure. If the effects are severe, this can be fatal.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Methocarbamol/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Tolperisone/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Omeprazole/­

Were these all prescribed by the same doctor?

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marlene Says:

i stooped to pick up a shoe and my back went haywire.i never felt so much pain in my life. My doctor prescribed baserol reformulated methocarbamol/acetaminophen 500&350 respectively along withSR 75mg. Should i skip the voltaren tabs since i had already taken an injection?

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marlene Says:

i stooped to pick up a shoe and my back went haywire.i never felt so much pain in my life. My doctor prescribed baserol reformulated methocarbamol/acetaminophen 500&350 respectively along with VOLTARENSR 75mg. Should i skip the voltaren tabs since i had already taken an injection?

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DANA Says:

I am a patient diagnosed with degenerated 3rd & 4th, lipping of the vertebrae, so thats a lot of pain. I was prescribed - Beserol and olfen 100mg, should I take both medication?

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donna Says:

My Doctor prescribe beserol 500mg/350mg for my back pain can u tell me what could have cause the pain in my back


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EVALYN CHARLES Says:

I was lifting a pot and felt severe pain in my lower back what should I do.

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Anritlal Says:

I have severe pain at the back of my right ear.

DOCTORS have advised me not to take dycoflenec, because it will effect my kidneys.

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