Tl 177 Is It A Narcotic

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Tl 177 pill
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Would like t kno if do u get dependant in these pills. Likeare they addictive ## These tablets contain 10mgs of the muscle relaxant Cyclobenazaprine. Learn more: Cyclobenzaprine Details It is not addictive in the manner that a Benzodiazepine, or a narcotic is, but your body can become dependent on anything that you take regularly for a long period of time and a sudden cessation may cause some withdrawal effects. Are there any other comments or questions? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Tue, Jun 05 '12, 11:28 AM
promethazine w codeine refill time
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177 TL ## I need a refill for promethazine with codeine vc purple cough syrup but am not sure what limit my doctor imposes. ## I just got a codeine and promethazine bottle - how long do i have to wait before I refill it? Due to the fact it fell over in my sink and all of it drained away :( ## Please help me find actavis, its the only brand that works for me. Also, i have certain allergies. ## What doctor prescribed it to you? did you have to wait 3 days for refill? ## If you're looking to refill your prescription it should say on the printout how long your current supply is intended to last, and then you'd probably need to follow up with your doctor so they can call a refill in if needed. Although because this medication contains a narcotic ingredient I doubt they would allow lo... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Promethazine.
Tue, Dec 29 '15, 2:06 AM
does tl 177 have narcotics
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i want to know if my your urine is going to come back positive for narcotics if i take tl 177 medication? ## I drive for a living my back hurt I want to take a muscle relax tl177 Will my urine come back as a narcotics ## This is far from a narcotic. It's not even close to a tramadol. No high and no low just sleepy ...
Updated 2 months ago in Tramadol.
Mon, Aug 14 '17, 8:37 PM

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