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 Robaxin Methocarbamol

Methocarbamol is a central muscle relaxant used to treat skeletal muscle spasms. Under the trade name Robaxin, it is marketed by Actient Pharmaceuticals in the United States and Pfizer in Canada. The mechanism of action of methocarbamol is currently unknown, but may involve the inhibition of carbonic anhydrase.[2] The muscle relaxant effects of methocarbamol are largely attributed to central depressant effects;[3] however, peripheral effects of methocarbamol to...

what is it used for? ## •This medicine is used as a muscle relaxant. ...

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4211 v round white ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Methocarbamol (500 mg). Methocarbamol is a central muscle relaxant used to treat skeletal muscle spasms. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...

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has anyone taken this?how did it help your pain? ## Robaxin contains the active ingredient Methocarbamol. This is a muscle relaxant, so it will only help with pain that is muscle related, such as strains and sprains. ...

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robaxin es

255 es oblong with split white and green ## I would like to know the risk and side effects to 255 es oblong split white and green pill. ## Hello, I found a match for these pills. What I found was a Kirkland brand methocarbamol and acetaminophen which is an extra strength (ES) muscle relaxant and pain reliever. Since Kirkland is the Costco brand I went to their website and found these listed as the potential side effects of this pill. - Drowsiness - Nausea - Vomiting - Dizziness - Headache - Blurred vision - Diarrhea I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any further questions regarding this medicine. ...

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robaxin 750mg

white w/4212 on one side and a v on the other ## i was given this drug it was supposed to be a muscle relaxer ## Yes, that is exactly what it is, Methocarbomol 750mgs. ## Can define tab be taken with robaxin 750 ...

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What Is Robaxin

I have a bugling disc for which I am taking fentanyl 25mcg and hydrocodone, but I am still in a great deal of pain that makes me cry. The pain is in my leg and thigh. I have had one series of 3 shots in my back with no relief. Would robaxin help? The pain is so bad. ## Robaxin contains the active ingredient Methocarbamol, it is a muscle relaxant, so it's really only going to help with pain that's due to muscle spasms, or strains. Has your doctor advised you to use it? ## Does robaxin 750mg have anti-inflammatory properties? Is it equivalent to prednisone 10mg? ...

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Robaxin Picture

White long pill with 114 on one side and an H on 1/2 0f the other side ## I don't have a picture to post for you, due to copyright reasons, but I can tell you that tablet with the H 114 marking contains 500mgs of Methocarbamol, which is the active ingredient in Robaxin a muscle relaxant. Learn more Robaxin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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robaxin/color of

small yellow with a fancy V ## And what it the complete imprint on the pill, there are many variations of Robaxin and tons of meds with the V marking, to confirm it, I need the complete imprint. I am not even going to go into how many yellow pills there are on the market. ...

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Soma and Robaxin

Can you take Robaxin and soma together? ## Hello, Deh! How are you? They are both muscle relaxants, so you should only take one or the other. Which was prescribed for you? Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. ...

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robaxin and somas

Does robaxin have the same side effects as somas? ## Hello, Avelina! How are you? Yes, it is also a muscle relaxant, though a much milder one. The FDA lists their typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Soma gives me an impaired feeling. Will Robaxin do the same? Do you get the same side effects between these drugs? ...

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are these robaxin

Round white pill s/225 mft:solco ## Hello, Joni! How are you? Yes, Solco Healthcare does list these tablets are containing 500mgs of Methocarbamol, which is a generic for the muscle relaxant Robaxin. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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adcoalzam robaxin

I have severe shoulder blade pain. My pharmacist gave me robaxin to relax the musckes, i am taking 1mg adco alzam at night for insomnia. Is it ok to take the 2 meds together? ## You may experience more side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, and drowsiness. Thus, you should only take them, if your doctor has said it is safe for you to do so. Are you on any other medications? Has anything changed? ## Hi, i was on zanor for 4 months for anxiety, i suffered terrible headache. The doctor changed me to alzam two days ago, now i can sleep at night without being rudely awaken up by anxiety, but sometimes i feel nauseous, shaky and like my tymmy muscles are losing the tightness. It sometimes feels like I'm going to pass out. I feel miserable, is this ever going to go away one day ? ...

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robaxin Vs Flexeril

Robaxin 500mg compaired to Flexeril 10mg, are they considered the same strength or which one is stronger? ## Robaxin contains the active ingredient Methocarbamol and Flexeril contains Cyclobenzaprine. The Flexeril is generally much more mild, so 10mgs of it would not be equal to the 800mg dosage of Robaxin. Have you been switched from one to the other? ## soma vs. flexeril, WITCH IS STRONGER ## got it and thanks ## I was given Robaxin for my rotar cuff shoulder. I had problems with Robaxin. I was dizzness, my blood pressure was unbalance. ## Yes, I have been on flexeril 10 mg for 12 years not working so doctor put me on robaxin 750 mg. Seems to be working for me for now I can take 2 at a time but I feel 1 is working. ## I'm on 500MG methocarbamol and its useless, like basic vitamins... ...

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Is robaxin a steroid?

Is methocarbamol (robaxin) a steroid or anti-depressant? I started using it two months ago in Apr 2013 and I am experiencing severe mood swings. The two things that cause me mood swings is IM, IV, or oral steroids or any type of anti-depressant. I'm becoming reclusive, angry and noncommunicative. This happens every time I'm exposed to either drug category. I know depressants can also cause these side effects, but I've had lots of those without side effects whereas I've never taken one of the aforementioned without them. Thx! ## No, Robaxin/Methocarbamol is just a muscle relaxant, but mood changes are warned about in the monograph as being a potential serious side effect. Thus, you should most likely stop taking it and contact your doctor as soon as possible. It seems it ... ...

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robaxin with Adco-Dol

I am taking Robaxin for lower back, leg and foot pain and although it helps I still experience some pain. Can I also take a painkiller such as Adco-Dol or any other form of paracetemol with the Robaxin? ## Hello, Elsie! How are you? You should be able to take something mild, such as the Paracetamol, if your doctor approves. Taking them both may cause the side effects to be a little worse, so you may experience more nausea, dizziness and drowsiness than usual. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Percocet and Robaxin

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... ...

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Robaxin with Morphine?

Can Robaxin be taken with Morphine (with 4 hours or more in between)? I have Pelvic Fractures, Hip Fractures. Scoliosis and Bulging discs (several). ## They can be taken together, as long as they have both been prescribed for you. However, they can both cause sedation, so as reported by the FDA, you may experience more dizziness and drowsiness than usual. Other side effects may possibly include nausea and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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lentogesic and robaxin

Iwant to know about the combination of lentogesic and robaxin ...

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Weight Gain And Robaxin

does taking robaxin cause weight gain. my dr. gave it to me for mustle spasams along with percocet forpain after having back surgery and if its not the robaxin could it be the percocet causing this gain im desperate for an answer ## Have you consulted your doctor? It's really difficult for anyone online to guess what's causing the weight gain, it may be one of the medications, or it may be just due to your being inactive, after the surgery. There is also the possibility that it is just a natural part of your aging process. How much have you gained? ...

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