Orange Pill Ig 283

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Can I take Oxycodone with I G 233 ## Hello, Tammy! How are you? Is it the yellowish beige tablet with the IG 283 on it? That tablet is manufactured by InvaGen Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 10mgs of Cyclobenzaprine, which is a muscle relaxant. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. They can be taken together, as long as your doctor approves, but they both can increase sedation, so you may experience more dizziness and drowsiness than normal. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Dec 21 '15, 4:46 PM
Supposed to be a muscle relaxant very small orange pill maybe a flexaril
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This i found in my daughters drawer told mr it was some kinda muscle relaxer;its very small and round color looks as though its orange and has a #10 on one side and on other side is#203 do you know what this is ## Watch her cash flow for awhile...make her tell you what she has and spends it on. Most young people pay about $5 per pill, unless hard core users of oxy... You're the mom. Catch it early to help her! Teens don't take muscle relaxers for pain. They give a dreamy feeling like pot that teens like. ## Hello, Pixie! How are you? Is the marking possibly IG 283? Can you please double check? If so, then yes, it contains 10mgs of Cyclobenzprine, the active ingredient in Flexeril. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and headache. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Flexeril.
Wed, May 07 '14, 2:55 PM
Medicine called cyclobenzapr 10 mg
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I have been prescribed cyclobenzapr 10mg tabs for osteoarthritis, i filled them at walmart pharmacy they are round, light orange color and have IG on one side and 283 on the other. Is this the right medicine. I cant locate this on the computer. Thank you. ## Hello, Canary! How are you? Yes, this tablet is listed as containing 10mgs of Cyclobenzaprine, which is a muscle relaxant. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Learn more Cyclobenzaprine details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Fri, Nov 15 '13, 1:08 PM

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