Robax Gold

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my friend brought me back some of these from mexico, are they ok to take for severe neck pain?

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Animal Ballets Says:
I've used Robax Gold occasionally for the past couple of years and have found it incredibly helpful. It seemed to have no negative side-effects, although it did make me a bit drowsy. I hope your neck feels better!

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For any other information seekers, Robax Gold contains Ibuprofen and Methocarbamol, so it combines a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory with a muscle relaxant to ease pain.

Learn more Ibuprofen details here and you can learn more Methocarbamol details here.

Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation.

This medication combination is not available in the U.S.

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