Is Robaxin A Narcotic

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Is V 4212 a narcotic?
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White oval shape v on one side & 4212 on the other side ## No, this is not a narcotic of any type. This tablet contains 750mgs of Methocarbamol, a generic for Robaxin. This is a muscle relaxant. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Do you have any other questions? ## I like the beige ones of the 750mg of Roboxin. There a-lot better then the white ones. I wish I could get the beige ones. But I been getting the white ones. I do like Roboxin but the beige ones are a-lot better I think anyway!!! ## Sorry, i see most of y'all have actual pain so my question my anger some people but i need to know if Methocarbamol gives you the same kind of relief as percocet? I've had a pill problem for a long time now and im only 22 but if i ... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Methocarbamol.
Sun, Jan 22 '17, 7:51 PM
percocet and robaxin
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Can I take Percocet and Robaxin together for pain? ## Hello, Jenny! How are you? As long as your doctor has prescribed them both and approves. Muscle relaxants and analgesics are often prescribed together to help someone control pain. However, they both can increase sedation, so you shouldn't combine them, if your doctor hasn't specifically instructed you to do so. You should also know to watch for any possible danger signs, such as extreme nausea, dizziness, sedation and shallow breathing. Typical side effects to Robaxin may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache and dry mouth. Percocet is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything els... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Percocet.
Thu, Dec 04 '14, 2:40 PM
What kind of pill is this used for
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Is this a dangerous drug ## What is this drug used for ## What is M357 ## First questions, Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxant, a generic for Robaxin. ## Next question, M 257 contains Acetaminophen 500mgs and Hydrocodone 5mgs, this is a generic for Vicodin. A narcotic pain reliever. ## what is this pill the number on the pill is 44-389 ## oval yellow 500 on one side aND p649 on the other ## wat is my pill? it got powder in it its white and oval with a red line right in the middel and it dont say any thing on it ## It is white oval type pill with one side having A236 on it. ## This pill has a V on one side and on the other side it has a line down the middle and the number 35 on one side and 92 on the other. It is white. ## what kind of pill is this it is white and has m367 on it ## Are yo... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Thu, Feb 03 '11, 11:14 AM
Blue Pill With 8001 And Scored is it Percocet?
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I have some blue pills with 8001 or 1008 written on them. they are scored. I was told they are Percocet 5/325. Does anyone know? ## No. Percocet 5/325 tabs name brand are round blue, scored on one side and imbossed with percocet 5 on the other ## I think the blue scored tablet with 1008 (8001 inverted) on the lower edge is an over the counter sleep aid. I have a couple, but usually buy another brand ## is v 4211 percocet???? ## NO! This is not Percocet, nor any type of narcotic. V4211 contains 500mgs of Methocarbamol, a generic for Robaxin, this is a muscle relaxant. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, nausea, dry mouth and dizziness. ## has anyone heard of a percocet 15mg? It's football shaped like a xanax, and light blue in color. It is not a xanax, and frien... ...
Updated 17 days ago in Percocet.
Mon, Oct 02 '17, 3:35 PM
Is Their A Percoset With No 4212 On One Side Check Mark The Other
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percoset with no 4212 on one side an a check mark on the other side ## No, the tablet with the V logo and 4212 is not a Percocet, nor a narcotic of any type. This tablet contains 750mgs of Methocarbamol, the active ingredient in Robaxin, which is a muscle relaxant. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, dizziness and dry mouth. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Percocet.
Wed, Dec 28 '11, 3:14 PM
is vicodin 750mg and methocarbamol are they used for the same reasons
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is vicodin 750mg and methocarbamol 750mg are they used for the same reasons ## Methocarbamol (Brand Name Robaxin) is a muscle relaxer. Vicodin is for pain. It has 7.5 mgs hydrocodone & tylenol ## HI, Amy! How are you? Vicodin contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, so it's a narcotic pain reliever. Thus it has the potential to be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation and drowsiness. Learn more Vicodin details here. However, Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxant that's used to treat the pain associated with muscle sprains, strains and spasms. Its side effects may include nausea, headache, dry mouth and drowsiness. Learn more Methocarbamol details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vicodin.
Mon, Jun 24 '13, 8:20 AM
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white oblong pill with dan on one side and 5382 on the other ## This is a generic medication. It is 750mg of methcarbamol, (sp?), or brand name Robaxin. It is an anti-inflammatory, non-narcotic pain reliever. It is used often times for mild to moderate joint pain, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis. It can be very effective for this kind of pain if your stomach is able to tolerate it. Many experience quite a bit of nausea, vomiting, shaking and dizziness; however, that can be taken care of by eating with the medication or taking phenergan, compazine or some other type of anti-nausau medication. ## Methocarbomol is a muscle relaxant. METHOCARBAMOL (Robaxin(R)) is a muscle relaxant. It helps to relieve pain and stiffness in muscles and can treat muscle spasms. Methocarbamol Info Click H... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Robaxin.
Mon, Jun 12 '06, 5:06 AM
addictive or not
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Is robaxin an addictive drug? a narcotic or anything like that? ## Is robaxin addictive? Is it a narcotic ## It is not a narcotic, it is a muscle relaxant, however, if you are taking it for a long period of time or abusing it, your body will become dependent on it. If you stop taking it abruptly, you will suffer withdrawal effects. Are you taking it as prescribed? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Robaxin.
Sat, Apr 25 '09, 2:47 AM
Methocarbam side effects
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Does this medicine cause runny bowels? ## Common side effects while taking Methocarbamol are: dizziness, headache, blurred vision, drowsiness, fainting, fever, indigestion (which could possibly effect the bowels), lightheadedness, muscle incoordination, stuffy nose, sleeplessness, swelling, and vomiting. If you feel concerned I would ask your physician. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## is methocarbam a narcotic? ## From what I was able to gather it is a muscle relaxer, the trade name is Robaxin. So no it is not a narcotic. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I've been taking Methocarbam for about 4 mont... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Methocarbamol.
Fri, Jan 13 '17, 12:39 PM
West Ward White Oblong Pill
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It's a NON-NARCOTIC Muscle Relaxor. It's actual name (not any of its "generic" names) is "ROBAXIN". They're 750mg & usually prescribed to take 3 or more tablets a day. Hoe this helps guys! î— ## Thank you for your post! However, to avoid future confusion, I do want to make some clarification. Westward is a pharmaceutical company that manufacturers quite a few different prescription medications, so just because a pill has their logo on it, that doesn't mean it is the generic for Robaxin, which would be Methocarbamol. For a proper identification, you also have to look at the additional markings on the tablet. So, to be precise, the one manufactured by Westward that is an oblong, white tablet that has 750mgs of Methocarbamol in it has the mark... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Robaxin.
Thu, Oct 25 '12, 10:17 AM
Baclofen - controlled substance?
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Is Baclofen (10mg) recognized as a controlled substance? Does it have a narcotic in it? Does it control pain? ## No, it is classified as a muscle relaxant, so it does not contain a narcotic, according to FDA listings. It is used to treat the pain associated with muscle sprains, strains, and spasms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I want to know if Baclofen is a controlled substance and if it is, then what class is it in? ## Ok now let me ask you about butrans pain patch can I take hydrocodone and robaxin with it? ...
Updated 26 days ago in Baclofen.
Sat, Sep 23 '17, 2:00 PM
what a generic vicodin looks like
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white oval with a v on one side other side 4212 what millagram is it ## THIS IS NOT VICODIN!!!!! nor any type of narcotic. This is Methocarbamol 750mgs, a generic for Robaxin. This is a muscle relaxant. ## vicodin ip190 on one side 500 on the other side does it contain iborphin ...
Updated 5 years ago in Vicodin.
Fri, Mar 16 '12, 1:23 PM
Loratab what do loratabs look like
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pink watson 3203 ## I got some white oval pill with westa/ward and 292 on one side and nothing on the other. Iwas told they were generic loratib 7.5. Does anyone know for sure. Since my pharmacy wont open till monday. ## No, this is not any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 750mgs of Methocarbamol, a generic for Robaxin, this is a muscle relaxant. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dizziness. Where you given this by your pharmacy as Lortab? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Mon, Feb 09 '09, 2:49 PM
Oblong Scored White Pill Marked H One Side 114 Other
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what is this medication please? I've never seen this before; was told it was percocet. Thank you ## This is not a Percocet tablet, nor any type of narcotic. This tablet contains 500mgs of Methocarbamol, the active ingredient in Robaxin, it is a muscle relaxant. It may cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ## thank you, just wanted to be sure ## I found an oval white pill with 114 on one side and an H with the score line and another letter on the other but I can't make it out. Does anyone know what it might be? It was in my sons room so I'm hoping its not anything to worry about. ## This is for pain like a muscle relaxer. Methocarbam 500mg ## Man! 114/H CONSISTS OF DIFFERENT RESULTS. HERE'S TWO:... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Percocet.
Thu, Jul 16 '15, 4:02 PM
roxy codeine
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290west world ## THIS IS NOT ROXICODONE NOR ANY TYPE OF NARCOTIC! This tablet contains 500mgs of Methocarbamol, a generic for Robaxin, this is a muscle relaxant. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Codeine.
Wed, Aug 20 '08, 4:57 PM
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white, round ## actually asking a question, I am interested in information about this. I am concerned this may be habit forming and would like to know the pro's and cons to this medicine. ## This is Methocarbamol 500mgs, a generic for the muscle relaxant Robaxin. So no, it is not habit forming like a narcotic would be, however, if you take it for a long period of time, your body will get used to it, just like it would with anything you ingest on a regular basis and stopping suddenly would cause some mild withdrawal symptoms. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Tue, Jan 29 '08, 12:07 PM
4 months on oxy 80mg
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Day 17 no oxy, detoxed without sub. Valium, clonidine , robaxin and a few others. When will I be normal again. I am good in the morning, by 1pm I am a jack ass and my legs hurt and everything pisses me off. can't crack a smile to save my life. ## So, you just stopped the Oxycodone, without tapering? That's pretty high of a dosage to do that with, even though you were only on it for four months. And to be honest, it may take 4 to 6 weeks, before you start to feel more normal and have less of those annoying symptoms. From my own experience stopping large doses of narcotics cold turkey after stopping pain management, I can tell you that it was about a month for the pain to ease up and about 6 to 8 weeks for the mental symptoms, such as irritability to ease off. Is it the only medic... ...
Updated 4 years ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Feb 17 '13, 3:14 PM
soma muscle relaxer
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Whst can I ask my doc for thst is the closest to soma. ## Flexeril and , those type of medicinces which don't get you high, but take care of muscle problems ## Robaxin and Skelaxin are also other options, after Soma, Skelaxin is most likely the strongest choice. Learn more Skelaxin details here. Has your doctor refused to prescribe Soma? Although people are frequently confused about it, it's a muscle relaxant and not a narcotic opiate. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Tue, Jul 30 '13, 10:56 AM
my friend's pill
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my friend has a round white pill that says westward290 on it.He says someone told him that it was a percocette. I pulled it up online to be methocarbanol-a muscle relaxer. Can someone please tell me what kind of pill this is. Thank-you ## The identification that you found is correct! This is 500mgs of Methocarbamol, the name brand for it is Robaxin. This is a muscle relaxant and not a narcotic of any kind, nor is it related to them. ## yes i take these pills and they are for pain and they will not hurt you and they make you sleepy.they are a muscle relaxer for back pain. ## I TAKE ALOT OF MEDS I TAKE METHADONE 10 MG 4 TABS 4 TIMES A DAY PLAVIX 75 MG TRENTAL 400 MG PROMETHZINE 25 MG FUROSEMIDE 20 MG XANAX 1MG 4 TIMES A DAY I TOOK A URINE TEST AND RIGHT THERE THE SAID I WAS POS FOR THC TH... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Mon, Jun 28 '10, 11:47 AM
Soma & Urine drug screens.
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Hi!! I have been on Soma 350mg 4 x a day for at least 8 years. I am also on several heavy duty narcotics. I have Fentanyl 75mcg. Patches, and Percocet 10/325 to take 4 times daily.. Plus Xanax 1mg 4 times a day. Recently my insurance changed and Soma required a prior auth. to fill it so I was only able to get a 2 week supply. I was fine with that because honestly it stopped working and asked to be switched to Robaxin 750. Done deal and Dr had no problem switching me. Well, she needed an updated Urine drug test and she sent it out to get lab tested. Yesterday she called me in to tell me that NO TRACE of Soma was in my urine. I said. "Yeah, I haven't had ANY Soma in at least 2 weeks or a little more. She said even if I stopped taking them that long ago, a TRACE amount should have ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Soma.
Sat, Jun 07 '14, 1:04 PM

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