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Price of 100 lagaflex 300/250 mg tablets ## I'm sorry, but this website doesn't manufacture, nor sell any medications, it is an information only website. Learn more Paracetamol details here. Learn more Carisoprodol details here. Have you tried checking with a local pharmacy/chemist? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Carisoprodol.
Wed, Jan 30 '13, 1:42 PM
Lagaflex Carisoprodol And Paracetamol
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Is it effect a patient who is suffering last 2 weeks heeling pan from shoulder to hand. The patient had a stroke and using warf! Ortho prescribed this tab. Pls advice. ## There can be a slightly increased risk of bleeding from taking the Acetaminophen with the Warfarin. They can be taken together, but the doctor should be monitoring them regularly, while they are taking it. Learn more Warfarin details here. Learn more Lagaflex details here. Learn more Paracetamol details here. The patient should also be warned to be careful and seek medical attention if they see any signs of bleeding. How long will they be taking it? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Carisoprodol.
Thu, Dec 27 '12, 3:50 PM
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to know its cause ## sister is 25 years old,the doc gave her nadaflex but she's not taking it regulary,plz i wanna knw if it id ok and wht will happen if she doesnt takin it daily,thank u ## Hi Lesly, Lagaflex contains (Acetaminophen, Paracetamol and Carisoprodol a skeletal muscle relaxant ) This medication is not dispensed in the US. Not enough scientific data or clinical trails to prove it's worthiness. How your sister has obtained this medication is unclear, there are many online pharmacies who could dispense it. I must say your sister is very lucky to have you assist her .You are asking the right questions, please continue .....ask questions and seek answers. More diagnostic studies may be needed to identify cause of her discomfort. Seek consultation with Neurologis... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Mon, Aug 30 '10, 9:23 AM
lagaflex side effects
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LAGAFLEX ## This medication is not available in the U.S., it contains Acetaminophen (Paracetamol) and the muscle relaxant Carisoprodol. ## I am advised to take LAGAFLEX for days. I was having some tooth ache. Apparently 4 roots were isolated and i was on antibiotic about 8 days later i had slight swelling (right side) of my face and unable to open mouth fully (jaw got locked). Doctor suspect due to wisdom teeth. Finally i was prescribed LAGAFLEX by doctor for relaxation of muscle. Can you advise me if there is any adverse affect on taking this drug. ## i was prescribed ,rapidus , takepron,leagflex,lyrica for spondolytis pain.but i feel giddy ,faintness , lack of vision,no energy ,nervousness after taking the drugs.should i stop taking all this or its causing some harm to me. ## why you ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Thu, Mar 24 '11, 1:15 AM

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