Muscle Relaxers

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jose ojeda Says:

looking to identify a muscle relaxer with an m on oneside and on the otherside is 751 on a beige or yellow pill

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Verwon Says:

Mylan Pharmaceuticals list the tablet with the M 751 marking as containing 10mgs of Cyclobenzaprine.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, sedation, and dry mouth.

Are there any other questions?

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Beth Says:
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Cyclobenzaprine is Flexeril, Brand name. It's very old medication and I took it for years because there weren't many choices in the 80's or 90's. Then there was Robaxin. I'm now on Baclofen, 3 20 mg. a day. It helps a little. But honestly theres nothing in my opinion that works like Soma. What's happened is people have abused that Drug too!! So the FDA is coming down on insurance co.to quit paying for them. It's a shame, because it's good/effective medicine. I would just pay for them,they're cheap now. Good luck!

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