West Ward 290 (Thread 163152)

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round white pill with 290 writen on one side split on otherside

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penelope Says:
just checking

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Christina Skaggs Says:
need to know name of pill and side affects

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t i Says:
White round pilss with West-Ward 290 are Methocarbomal which is a muscle relaxant. They come in 400 and 500 MG pills and are used for muscle aches, arthritis, joint pain. They will make you sleep, you should take with a full glass of water of some food. My dosage is 2 pills before bedtime to help relax and sleep. I have a herniated disc in my back and neck and take these along with pain medication. They do take some time to build up in your system so don't take them one day and expect them to work immediately, take them and continue taking them and after a few days they start to work. If you conitinue to take them they seem to work better after a continued use. I am not a doctor so don't use this as a guideline, always consult your doctor before taking any medications.

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t i Says:
2 type O's in my reply, PILLS and take with water OR food.

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Verwon Says:
LOL! No need to worry about the typos.

Anyway, just wanted to add some specifics, this particular tablet is the 500mg dosage, a generic for Robaxin.

Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness and dry mouth.

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Andrea Says:
I'm allergic to aspirin and it says it has some aspirin in it as well as percocet and soma has aspirin but doesn't bother me. My question is would it be likely for me to have a allergic reaction??

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Tracy Says:
i take xanax 2mg for anxiety attacks and 1 mg at night before bed. can i take the two together but at seperate times? Do they have bad interactions together?

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Is a 290 westward a narcotic or will it show in drug panel? I'm out of my pills and need relief for my back. What is it? It has a split on one side and is an oval pill.

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