Cyclobenzapr 10 Mg And Cyclobenzaprine

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Karen Says:

Hi Figgy, They are the same! Just different manufacturers.

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David Says:

Hi Figgy,

Just wanted to provide you with a second opinion and some additional information on comparing the two tablets... Karen is correct. Flexeril is quite simply another brand name for Cyclobenzaprine. Much in the same way an orange is also referred to as a citrus fruit, generic medications such as Cyclobenzaprine also have other names they go by when the same drug is being manufactured by one or more companies who can't copy the same name for legal reasons and therefore have to come up with new names for marketing purposes. However, it should be noted that some manufacturers produce a generic drug as well as a brand name drug, so just because it has a different name doesn't necessarily mean it was manufactured by another company...

Lastly, different tablets do tend to contain different sets of binders and fillers that are often overlooked by patients as a contributing factor to a drug's overall efficacy (i.e. the notion of the ability for the active ingredient *Cyclobenzaprine* to metabolize and break apart from the surrounding inactive components that comprise the make-up of the pill itself). If you compare the inactive ingredients that the tablets are composed of, more often than not, it'll show that the tablets themselves aren't actually identical. I only bring this up because many patients do report a difference in efficacy when they switch between different tablets, even if the active ingredients and dosage are listed as being the same.

Hope this helps!

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Tes Says:
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I broke my shoulder I'm taking cyclobenzapr 10mg 3 times a day and tramadole 50mg every 4 to 6 hrs Can I still take my 30mg of Adderall with these two medicines

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