Is Carisoprodol A Narcotic

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HAVING UNENDING MUSCLE SPASMS IN UPPER BACK, ALMOST BAD AS A KIDNEY STONE PAIN YEARS AGO. WHICH IS BETTER I HAVE HAD SOMA,AND SOME PEOPLE SAY FLEXERIL.SOMA JUST MADE ME SLEEPY,ALSO TRIED HYDROCODON#5OT MUCH BETTER? ## Have you consulted a doctor? Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol and Flexeril contains the active ingredient Cyclobenzaprine, both of which are muscle relaxants, so they will only help if your pain and problems are caused strictly from muscle pain and spasms. Hydrocodone is a narcotic, that may help with most types of pain and there are higher dosages available that contain 7.5mgs and 10mgs of it. However, only your doctor is going to be able to help you determine what is causing the problem and arrive at a proper treatment option. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Carisoprodol.
Fri, Oct 28 '11, 2:58 PM
Carisoprodol 350 mg tab wats
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lower back pain ## This is a muscle relaxant, so it can relieve some pain associated with muscle strains and pulls, which is how it can relieve certain types of back pain. It is not a narcotic or pain reliever, though. ## is soma a narcotic ## The generic carisoprodal is a pain reliever and it also works an joint pains and muscle sprains. Can you please post total details regarding the drug? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Carisoprodol.
Tue, Jan 17 '12, 4:41 AM
is soma a narcotic
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What narcotic side affects are like the ones from taking soma ## No, Soma is NOT a narcotic, it contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, this is a muscle relaxant. Some similar side effects to narcotics can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and respiratory depression. You can read more on this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Soma is so mild it barely works I defenitely need something strong klonopin works for me instead can I switch the two with regular md ? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Soma.
Wed, Jun 08 '16, 1:35 AM
Is Soma a narcotic muscle relaxer
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my doctor has told me that that soma is a narcotic and she does not want to prescribe it to me any more. I suffer from chronic back pain as well as muscle spasms. I have tried other muscle relaxers as well as anti inflamatories and none of then do not work. Soma is the only one I have found to work for me without making me sleepy. Any information you can give me i would really appreciate. Thank you, Dana ## No, it is not a narcotic. Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, but it has been known to be habit forming and to be abused, by some people. However, what you have to remember is that prescribing it is entirely up to your doctor, she is not obligated to do so. You also have the option of finding a different doctor, for any reason you choose. Are there any other questions? ... ...
Updated 2 days ago in Soma.
Wed, Oct 18 '17, 2:03 PM
cor 103 is it a soma
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Muscle relaxer Cor 103 ## I have taken Soma/Carosoprodol 350 mg X 4 a day for 5 years. They do very little but relieve nureuthopy (spl). However, I recently got a prescription for Soma cor 103 and they messed me up. I am not taking them. All the other brands act the same, but this cor 103 acts more like a narcotic, and I do not take narcotics. ## Yes, COR 103 is Carisoprodol 350mgs, a generic for Soma. So not a narcotic at all. However, the reason it could be causing you to feel that way is the real nature of generic drugs and the laws that control the making of them. In truth, generic drugs are allowed to differ, in the ACTIVE ingredient, from their name brand counterparts by as much as PLUS or MINUS 20%. In addition, it DOES NOT necessarily have to be the same exact active ingredient ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Soma.
Tue, Feb 03 '15, 8:12 PM
Is Soma Simlar To Flexiril
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is soma similar or in the same categeory as flexiril, and if not, what is the difference between them? is soma stronger and is it a narcotic? ## WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SOMA AND FLEXIRIL ## Soma and flexeril are both muscle relaxers with soma being stronger than flexeril. However, soma also contains aspirin which flexeril does not. ## Thank you, Tracy! Tracy is spot on, except for one thing… Soma does not contain any Aspirin. The active ingredient in Soma is only Carisoprodol, which is a muscle relaxant. You can learn more Soma details here and you can learn more Flexeril details here. The one that contains other ingredients would be called Soma Compound and that one combines Carisoprodol and Aspirin, there is also another that contained both of those with Codei... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Sat, May 11 '13, 7:50 AM
Which is stronger Soma 350 Mg Or Oxycodone 10 325
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I was given a prescription for each, but don't want to take both...just one of the weaker kind since I'm not in as much pain as usual, which one do I take Soma 350 mg or Oxycodone 10/325 mg? ## These are not both pain medications, so they can't really be compared as to which is stronger, since they are different substances that do different things. Soma is a muscle relaxant that contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol. Learn more Soma details here. And the Oxycodone with Acetaminophen is a narcotic analgesic. Learn more Percocet details here. That's likely why you were given both prescriptions, because they both help in different ways. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Well it depends on what you want to take. Those are to different meds. Oxycodone is a p... ...
Updated 4 days ago in Soma.
Mon, Oct 16 '17, 3:45 PM
What Is The Difference Between Vicodin And Norco
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I am currently taking Tramadol for lower back pain. It is not cutting it. It has been suggested to me to try Norco or Vicodin for more strentgh. do you agree? ## Norco and Vicodin are both brand names for the same medication, which is Acetaminophen coupled with the narcotic Hydrocodone. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, constipation, dizziness and dry mouth. However, only you and your doctor can decide if it is necessary for you to try something else. Is it your doctor that's advising you to do so? ## actually it is a registered nurse I know. I want to ask my doctor about it after I get some more info. I am also taking "SOMA" as a muscle relaxer. Any knoeledge of this? ## Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant, ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vicodin.
Fri, Aug 19 '16, 7:57 PM
i have found some pills in my sons pocket here is one of them
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round white cot on top 103 below it ## Greetings, Here are the answers to several of your posts: round white cot on top 103 below it This is Carisoprodol a muscle relaxer round white pill with DAN on one side & 5513 on the other side This is also Carisoprodol 54 on top below it 543 other side just a line all the way across This is Roxicet a narcotic pain reliever which contains Acetaminophen and Oxycodone. Looks like these pills are all for muscle relaxation and pain relief with the potential of being addictive. Best of Luck with everything. ## Pink oxycodones 10 milligrams will cut like a knife the detox and side effects will cut deep the pills were planned to before my stabbing ...
Updated 2 years ago in Carisoprodol.
Sun, Sep 27 '15, 4:51 AM
soma 350
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Is prosoma the same drug as soma caropisal 350 just wandering. I just received a drug called prosoma and was curious. ## Is prosoma a narcotic, does it contain hydrocone ## @Jason, To answer your question, yes, Prosoma 350 is a foreign version of Carisoprodol 350mg; possibly from Europe. @todd, No, Carisoprodol is not a narcotic, nor does it contain hydrocodone. It is just a muscle relaxant in and of itself. You can learn more here: Carisoprodol Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## I just got the prosomas also was there a difference in them compared to just the somas ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Mon, May 13 '13, 8:41 AM
suboxone and soma
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Can you be on suboxone and take soma for severe muscle spasms and pain? ## Yes. ## I would not suggest doing so without your doctor's approval, but yes, narcotics and muscle relaxants are often prescribed together, to help control pain that one doesn't touch. Suboxone contains the active ingredient Buprenorphine, it is used to help people with drug addiction and to treat some cases od severe pain. Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, it is a muscle relaxant. Taking the two, together, my aggravate the side effects, which can include: nausea, drowsiness, constipation and dizziness. You can read more about them here: Did you have any other questions? ## Yes, Im rxed both Flexeril, soma, and 16mg Suboxone EDay and Im told by my pharmacist and doc. to use either the flex... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Suboxone.
Wed, Aug 02 '17, 8:37 AM
Stephanie's Drug IDs.
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BAD NEWS I am afraid. Watson 933 Pill Image This one is Acetaminophen 325mgs and Oxycodone 7.5mgs, a narcotic pain killer, very dangerous for someone to be playing with, especially if they are not prescribed for them and they have not previously taken heavy narcotics. This is a generic for Roxicet or Percocet. Watson 853 Pill Image This one is another bad news one, Acetaminophen 325mgs and Hydrocodone 10mgs, a generic for the narcotic pain reliever Vicodin. Cor 103 Pill Image Annother bad one, though I am sure you are not surprised by now. This is Carisoprodol 350mgs, a generic for the muscle relaxant Soma. These are all dangerous drugs to be messing around with and using if they are not prescribed for you. I am assuming that you know these were not prescribed for him, or you would n... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Thu, Mar 09 '06, 5:33 AM
750vicodin round tab
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2410 round white V ## Is there a pic i can see of this pill? ## Sorry, I cannot post a picture due to copyright reasons. However, I can tell you that this is NOT Vicodin, nor any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 350mgs of Carisoprodol, a generic for Soma. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, nausea and somnolence. ## no pic needed its a soma 4 sure, i use to bring thousands of them accross the border of mexico. Yep theres no mistaking that pill. I was in an accident in 04 resulting me having to take several diff pills including the soma, which my doctor switched me to a diff muscle spasm reliever that worked more w the receptors in the brain rather then the motor skills affect the soma offers. Regardless I'm 100% its a Soma knockoff in other words the soma... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Vicodin.
Fri, Dec 31 '10, 11:50 AM
Do Somas Have Dilaudid
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i have allergy to dilaudid so do somas have it? need to know ## No, Dilaudid contains the active ingredient Hydromorphone, it is a narcotic pain reliever. Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, it is a muscle relaxant. Common side effects might include: drowsiness, dizziness, nausea and dry mouth. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Soma.
Wed, Apr 13 '11, 9:58 AM
dont know the drug name
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I found 2 pills, trying to find out what they are. one is off-white oblong, blank on one sid and Watson 782 imprined, the other is large white round with DAN on one side and 5513 on the other. Any help? ## watson pill is an off brand of vicodin ## My son found a pill that has PVKl500 on one side and GG950 on the other can you please tell what it is? thank you ## Found a round white pill with DAN on one side, 5513 on the other? ## NOW FOR THE CORRECT ANSWER!! Sorry, not all Watson pills are narcotics. The pill marked Watson 782 is Diethylpropion Extended Release 75mgs. Pill Image Tenuate Dospan, this is an appetite supressant used to help overweight people to eat less and lose weight. So NOT EVEN CLOSE TO A NARCOTIC! ## DAN 5513 Pill Image This is Carisoprodol 350mgs, a generic for the m... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Vicodin.
Sat, May 27 '06, 1:34 PM
picture of a vicodin round pill
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2410V ## I cannot post a picture due to copyright reasons, however I can tell you that this tablet is NOT Vicodin and does not contain any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 350mgs of Carisoprodol, a generic for Soma, this is a muscle relaxant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. You can read more here: Do you have any other questions? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Vicodin.
Sun, Oct 18 '09, 4:21 PM
Dose soma 2410 V have codine in it??
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I know some somas do wanna figure out if this one dose. 350mg ## K.. I TAKE HYDROCODONE.... WAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEM HYDROW AND SOMAS ## I think some misunderstandings need to be cleared up in regards to this post. The medication just called Soma, or its generics Carisoprodol do not contain Codeine, or any other narcotic. Carisoprodol is the only active ingredient in them. Thus, though it is a muscle relaxant that can help with muscle spasms that cause pain, it will not help with other types of pain, such as nerve pain or surgical pain as a narcotic would. It is solely used for muscle pain and spasms. And the tablet originally asked about here, with the 2410 V marking contains only 350mgs of Carisoprodol, so it is a generic for Soma that contains no narcotics whatsoever. You can di... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Sun, Feb 24 '13, 10:02 AM
white round pill 31 on one side and d on the other
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It's a white round pill not very small, with a capital D on one side and a 31 on the other side. ## a white pill marked D on one side and 31 on the other side ## 350mg Soma stong muscle relaxer ## It is soma 350mg cause Im currently taking this med ## The provided identification is correct, it does contain 350mgs of Carisoprodol, a generic for Soma and I'd just like to add some side effect details. Since this is a muscle relaxant, it may cause nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and a kind of sedated/relaxed feeling. Due to these side effects and how potent it is, many people think it is either a narcotic, or just a general analgesic, but it isn't. It solely works on muscles to help alleviate the pain caused by spasms, strains and sprains and it will not help with pain due to othe... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Sun, Feb 24 '13, 2:54 PM
white oblong IP466
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white oblong pill - was told it was vicodin ## That is incorrect, this tablet is not Vicodin, nor any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 800mgs of Ibuprofen, a generic for prescription strength Motrin, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Do you have any other questions? ## Incorrect Verwon, even in the reply thread you posted the pill description and picture does not match. The correct match to IP466 is Carisoprodol, commonly referred to as Soma. I have this prescription at the highest level dose ( 350MG [comes in either 250or360] ). And I quote from the label This is a muscle relaxant. May cause Drowsiness. Alcohol can intensify this effect. Avoid alcohol/use caution when operating a car or heavy machinery. ## Sorry Sun - Verwon is actually correct. IP 466 is Ibuprofen 800 mg manfuac... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Vicodin.
Sat, Aug 02 '14, 1:40 AM
soms/non narcotic
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why isnt SOMA considered a narcotic-my grandson has almost died 5 times now from taking too many-these pills are killers ## Basically Soma is not considered a narcotic because of its active ingredient Carisoprodol. It just does not fall under the definition of what a narcotic substance is. " In U.S. legal context, narcotic refers to opium, opium derivatives, and their semi-synthetic or fully synthetic substitutes 'as well as cocaine and coca leaves,' which although classified as 'narcotics' in the U.S. Controlled Substances Act (CSA), are chemically not narcotics. Contrary to popular belief, marijuana is not a narcotic, nor are LSD and other psychedelic drugs. Specifically, steroids are not narcotics. Many law enforcement officials in the United States inaccurately u... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Wed, May 29 '13, 1:05 AM

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