Cyclobenzaprine Tl 211 And Cyclobenzaprine Ig 282

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Loretta Says:


I was prescribed Cyclobenzaprine tl 211 at first the pills are 5 mgs Manufactured by Cadista Now recently my doctor has prescribed me Cyclobenzaprine 5 mgs 1 side IG other side 282 Manufactured by Camber these pills are half the size of the tl 211 is there any ingredient missing Im suppose to be worried about in the IG 282 because the pill is smaller?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Loretta! How are you?

No, they are both listed by their respective manufacturers, Breckenridge Pharmaceutical and InvaGen Pharmaceuticals as containing 5mgs of Cyclobenzaprine. With generics, when one from a different manufacturer is smaller, it's usually because they've used different inactive fillers and is nothing to worry about.

The FDA classifies this medication as a muscle relaxant and lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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