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I have very bad back pain and I want to know if it is ok to take 300mg of IG322 with muscle relaxer 4211V.. I have been diagnosed with having a Back Sprain that may last for weeks!! ## Hello, Kriss! How are you doing? The capsule with the IG 322 300 marking is not an analgesic and isn't going to help with this type of pain. It contains 300mgs of Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that can also help with some types of nerve pain, but it takes a month or more to have much effect. It is not prescribed to treat acute and temporary pain, because it will not help. Thus, you're likely to get more relief from the muscle relaxant. Has your doctor prescribed these? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Gabapentin.
Mon, Dec 23 '13, 6:08 PM

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