Naproxeno-carisoprodol (Thread 162035)

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cathy Says:

want to know what naproxen-carisoprodol is used for

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chloe Says:

I want to know what this drug is: NAPROXENO-CARISOPRODOL? thanks

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Rio Says:

What is the most effective muscle relaxant to use?

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Verwon Says:

This is a combination medication that's available in some countries to treat pain, inflammation and muscle spasms. The Naproxen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and the Carisoprodol is a muscle relaxant.

You can learn more Naproxen details here and there are more Carisoprodol details available here.

And Rio, the Carisoprodol is really the strongest one available that has proven effective for most people that take it. It is also available under the brand name Soma.

Are there any other questions?

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Hector Says:
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Is Naproxeno-Carisoprodol the same as Soma? Is it the real deal for treating pain like the pill Soma?

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