Duoflex Tablets

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What are the tablets known as duoflex which is sold in Mexico?

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Blanca Says:

I was given Duoflex tablets for my pain on my leg I just want to know what this pills contain

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rob Says:

I just googled looking for the same info. I was given them in Rio and was wondering what they were. All I can find is info on some arthritis product which is totally unrelated.

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Cesar Says:

Duoflex contain: 50mg Diclofenaco sodico and 200mg Carisoprodol each tablet.
Product sold in Mexico by RAYERE S.A. Labs.

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gramms Says:

it was given to me for arthritis is it safe to take?

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daniel g narvaez Says:

iam taking duoflex every 8 hrs is safe medication for legs and arms back shoulders hands my fingers cant be close

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Jillian Says:
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Duoflex was given to my mom in Belize. Can you please let me know what the recommended dose is?? Does it make you sleepy or keep you awake?
Thank you for your assistance with this...
God bless you..

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Nicolas T. Says:

I would like to know dosage and side effects of Duoflex 200-50.I am a 77 years old male with severe pain in my left ankle that impaired me to walk properly. I have visited Yucatan (Mexico) recently and purchased Douflex taken 1 pill once a day and I find a great relief. Back on USA I wonder about the dosage and sIde effects. I have stoped taking the pill until I get some advise. Please reply ASAP. Thanks

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Alex Says:
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It's a 200mg pill and it can be taken every 12 hrs as needed I recently bought for severe back spasms and side effects may include drowsiness dizziness or headache

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Deb Says:

It seems to be Soma (Carisoprodol) and an NSAID (antiinflammatory) combo.

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Trish Says:

I just bought some. It is Carisoprodol 2oomg and Diclofenac 50mg.

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