Carisoprodol 350mg Tablet

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marvin rush Says:


can the above subject tablet be cut in half



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David Says:

Usually if there is a score line (divid) embedded into the tablet, it means the manufacturer purposely made it so patients could easily cut it in half. Whether or not there is a score line, I would still feel safe cutting the pill in half if the drug itself is not in extended-release form. It is my own understanding that some extended-release pills loose their time sustaining properties if cut in half, depending on whether or not it is a capsule or a tablet; but please correct me if I'm wrong on that.

Also, if you consistently feel the need to use half a dose it may be wise to talk to your doctor sooner than later about getting a lower dose of the medication.

NOTE: cutting a pill in half only works if the pill is in tablet form. This just wouldn't work if it is a capsule, since the contents would fall out.

Hope this info helps!

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marvin Says:

how do you know if a prescription tablet is sustained release or notBVCYCK

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