Cyclobenzaprine 20mg Description

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I Had A Ruptured Brain AneurysmAnd One Of The Side Effects Was I couldn1t walk. i was prescribed flexeril fornthe cramps. somehow I have 2 different pills in the same bottle.1 is yellow goldish with d32 on one side and the other one is white with e10 on one side and a line through the middle on the other side. which one is the original pill or are they both flexeril or its generic. please help



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tiny! How are you doing? Sorry about the health issues that you've been suffering.

The tablet with the D 32 marking contains 10mgs of the muscle relaxant Cyclobenzaprine.

Learn more Cyclobenzaprine details here.

A round, white tablet with an E over 10 on one side and just a score line on the other is listed as containing 100mgs of Labetalol, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

Learn more Labetalol details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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