What Is Brand Name Of Soma

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 Soma Carisoprodol

Carisoprodol, marketed under the brand name Soma among others, is a prescription drug marketed since 1959. It is a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant of the carbamate class. It is a prodrug[2] and is both structurally and pharmacologically related to meprobamate. The major metabolic pathway of carisoprodol involves its conversion to meprobamate.[3] In the United States, carisoprodol is a Schedule IV controlled substance under the Controlled Substances A...
cor 103 is it a soma

Muscle relaxer Cor 103 ## I have taken Soma/Carosoprodol 350 mg X 4 a day for 5 years. They do very little but relieve nureuthopy (spl). However, I recently got a prescription for Soma cor 103 and they messed me up. I am not taking them. All the other brands act the same, but this cor 103 acts more like a narcotic, and I do not take narcotics. ## Yes, COR 103 is Carisoprodol 350mgs, a generic for Soma. So not a narcotic at all. However, the reason it could be causing you to feel that way is the real nature of generic drugs and the laws that control the making of them. In truth, generic drugs are allowed to differ, in the ACTIVE ingredient, from their name brand counterparts by as much as PLUS or MINUS 20%. In addition, it DOES NOT necessarily have to be the same exact active ingredient ... ...

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Availability of Soma / Carisoprodol

I've tried every other muscle relaxer Tizanidine / (trade names Zanaflex, Sirdalud) Methocarbamol / trade name Robaxin/ Baclofen (brand names Kemstro, Lioresal, Liofen, Gablofen, Beklo and Baclosan) Cyclobenzaprine, brand names Amrix, Flexeril and Fexmid all of these have adverse side effects for me and virtually no muscle relaxer efficacy= they don't work well or really not at all side effects, headaches, dizziness, lots more soma / Carisoprodol however worked very well, and I had to take small amounts so that side effects were able to be kept at a minimum when soma / Carisoprodol began from what I've heard to gain a little popularity with druggies. doctors quit prescribing it, and authorities, the powers that be, began to council doctors against prescribing it I was not ab... ...

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Pain-o-Soma

So yesterday I FINALLY RECEIVED my prescription of Pain-O-Soma in the blister packs that are from (Supposedly) HAB Pharmaceuticals & they ARE / WERE AWFUL!!!! I took 3 & #1) they DID NOT FEEL LIKE ANY BRAND OF SOMA THAT'S MADE HERE IN THE GOOD OLD UNTIED STATES OF AMERICA & #2) I think that they may have even given me MORE // WORSE MUSCLE SPASMS!!!! I can't believe that I f***in wasted close to $200.00 on these things & then had to wait for over 3 weeks to receive them... They came from India... So now I've got over 120 of these damn things, they're in the blister packs & they're a plain white pill with no numbers or anything on them except for a strait line on one side of the pill... I read about these in these forums & because there were mor... ...

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Can different brands of carisoprodol work differently?

I have been using soma/carisoprodol for many years. Usually the paharmacy gives me generic from Watson or Qaulitest. Last time I got the meds it was manufac. by Carimax. It didn't work as well. Do different brands work differently? ## Yes, there can be some differences in generic drugs, the FDA allows a window, of the active ingredient, of up to plus or minus 20% from the name brand product. This can cause variations, where you may, in some rare cases, receive less of a dosage than normal and it may not be as effective. Do you have any other questions? ## Is there any way to tell by the brand names? That way I could avoid the lesser dosage. ## No, there really isn't, other than by your experience. I wish there was, it would make it easier for many people, if they knew what compa... ...

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what is carisoprodol 350

is there an alternative to carisoprodol 350 and soma 350 that is the same yet under a different name. ## Hello, David! How are you? No, you've listed both names for it. Soma is the brand name and Carisoprodol is the generic name, since that's the active ingredient. There are other muscle relaxants available, but they don't contain the Carisoprodol, such as Skelaxin and Flexeril. The side effects are also similar and may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and headache. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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pro soma 350

are these soma any good. Ive had all the other onesl the mp58 which went out of business and he ww brand which Is a xcanadian brand which are no good and the dans which you cant anymorel those were the best. now this guy shows thc pro o soma and Ive never seen thses before any good ## I have known about Pro soma for years. Indian Carisoprodol is usually weak. ## @steven, It seems like many of the medications being ordered from India are actually much weaker than what we have here in the US. I'm not one to speak from personal use, but there seems to be a lot evidence posted all over these discussion threads, if that helps give you some idea of what to expect. On the other hand, medications like this can and usually do affect everyone differently. So unfortunately the only real way to... ...

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drugs soma asp

Some pharmacy will not give the watson brand soma or norco if you using insurance can something be done and do target carry name brand. ## No, you get what that pharmacy gets. You can request the Brand name drug and expect to pay up to 100 X more if that is what you are asking, yet insurance wont cover it. Also the pharmacy and the prescriber will catch on that you have vast knowledge of different brands and most likely not do business with you, or cut you off. You are playing with fire. If you have the time, open the phone book and call all the Pharmacies in a 100 mile radius and perhaps you will find the brand you seek! ...

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 Soma Compound Aspirin, ASA + Carisoprodol

Carisoprodol, marketed under the brand name Soma among others, is a prescription drug marketed since 1959. It is a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant of the carbamate class. It is a prodrug[2] and is both structurally and pharmacologically related to meprobamate. The major metabolic pathway of carisoprodol involves its conversion to meprobamate.[3] In the United States, carisoprodol is a Schedule IV controlled substance under the Controlled Substances A...
order watson brand dan

Used to get soma through a doctor over the internet! Can't remember the website I used legally. So trying to find them again. I used to have script from my older dr since March. I haven't had a script to fill since then. So am trying to find someone to help me find a web-based dr/pharm. can someone please help out !!! ## The medicine is now a controlled schedule 4 medicine. Some people attempt to buy them from other Countries outside the United States with a Credit Card. Keep in mind doing so is illegal and you can face imprisonment. Plus from what we hear the medicine mailed is fake and can make you sick. Just 15 years ago I ordered from a Pharmacy in Key West owned by a man named Peter who also had a store. Now no U.S. pharmacist would dare sell you this medicine. ## If your d... ...

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Need to know what kind of pills are

I found two different kinds of pills, and am trying to find out what they are. One is off-white, oblong, one side is bland the other is imprinted with Watson 782. The other is a large round white pill with D A N on one side the other has 5513? Can anyone help me ## Watson 782 is Diethylpropion 75mgs, a generic for Tenuate, this is used as an appetite suppressant. Dan 5513 is Carisoprodol 350mgs, a generic for Soma. Soma however IS NOT A PAIN KILLER! It is just a muscle relaxant. ## soma comes in 2 different kind. generic and brand, generic is Carisoprodol, brand one comes by the name watson. DAN written on pills indicate that this is right stuff , its very effective in muscle spasm.. ## I found a pill in my sons room and what like to know what kind it is ...

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Rising Pharmaceuticals Soma (Carisoprodol)

I recently had my monthly prescription for Soma filled at my local Walmart pharmacy and for the past several months had been receiving the Watson brand from them, which work really well for my muscle pain and spasms, but last week when I picked up my prescription they were a different brand manufactured by Rising Pharmaceuticals. I normally take 2 in the morning and spread out the other 2, one for the afternoon and then one before bed, but this new brand sucks and hasn't given me ANY relief of my muscle pain and spasms! I've never had a generic brand just not work at all for me, but this brand is just terrible! Even taking 3 at a time still doesn't do anything to help!!! I've notified my doctor, filed a report with the FDA, and also sent Rising Pharmaceuticals a complain... ...

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Watson Generic Soma

Where is a safe place to fill my Soma rx with the Watson brand, (Dan Brand), or Qualitest Brand manufactured in the USA? ## If you're searching online, I think your best bet for finding reputable online pharmacies that can fill your prescription, would be to see the list which the NABP (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy) maintains through their VIPPS certification. You can see the following page for more detail: nabp.pharmacy/programs/vipps/vipps-accredited-pharmacies-list/ ...

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What Is The Difference Between Vicodin And Norco

I am currently taking Tramadol for lower back pain. It is not cutting it. It has been suggested to me to try Norco or Vicodin for more strentgh. do you agree? ## Norco and Vicodin are both brand names for the same medication, which is Acetaminophen coupled with the narcotic Hydrocodone. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, constipation, dizziness and dry mouth. However, only you and your doctor can decide if it is necessary for you to try something else. Is it your doctor that's advising you to do so? ## actually it is a registered nurse I know. I want to ask my doctor about it after I get some more info. I am also taking "SOMA" as a muscle relaxer. Any knoeledge of this? ## Soma contains the active ingredient Carisoprodol, a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant, ... ...

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are pro soma 350 any good

Are pro soma Any good and are they better than pain o soma ? I've taken dans, v's, etc. ## In my findings, both "pro-soma" and "pain-o-soma" contain the same active ingredient (Carisoprodol) in 350mg to 500mg dosage strengths. Other dosages may be available as well but those are the two options I'm presently aware of for these specific brand names. That said, I don't see why one would work any better or worse than the other unless certain inactive ingredients affected their bioavailability. Nevertheless, because we all react/respond differently to the same meds, trial and error may be only way to find out for certain which one works best for you. I would encourage you to ask your doctor about taking some time to try out each one so you can really see for ... ...

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White Round Pill With D On One Side And 31 The Other What Is It

I received this pill for a generic form of soma.It is making me feel like a tylenol 3mg would which is something I can't take.Do you have information on this? The brand I was on is manufatured by watson..this is manufatured by sun pharmaceuti.What am I taking? ## The round white pill you are describing with an imprint of D 31 is identified as Carisoprodol (350 mg). I wasn't able to verify the manufacturer however, but the national drug code (NDC) for this pill is: 65862-0158 Carisoprodol is a centrally-acting skeletal muscle relaxant. To learn more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... I hope this helps! ## Yes, it is Carisoprodol, which is generic for Soma. I got the same one, after always being given the generic manufactured by Watson labs. The label o... ...

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 Soma Compound with Codeine Aspirin, ASA + Carisoprodol + Codeine

Carisoprodol, marketed under the brand name Soma among others, is a prescription drug marketed since 1959. It is a centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant of the carbamate class. It is a prodrug[2] and is both structurally and pharmacologically related to meprobamate. The major metabolic pathway of carisoprodol involves its conversion to meprobamate.[3] In the United States, carisoprodol is a Schedule IV controlled substance under the Controlled Substances A...
a round blue pill with 10 on one side and blank the other what is it?.

it is a small round darkish blue pill, with no print on one side & just the number 10 on the other side.please could you tell me what it is? ## Valium ## Yeah I'd say a 10mg Valium. A muscle relaxant. Benzodiazepine ## 10.mg diazepam by tje brand somaid for anxiety panic attacks Siezure sleep issues. All sorts of panic and axiety mostly. A v good brand ...

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Soma V 2410 Pill Information

soma v 2410 ## Found a match it's Carisoprodol 350 mg, which is a centrally-acting skeletal muscle relaxant whose active metabolite is meprobamate. 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 have a pill that I believe is SOMA. It says 5513 on one side and DAN on the other. Can anyone confirm that this is Soma and what dose is it? ## Yes, it is Soma and the makers are Watson. It's a good and genuine Soma to have. :) ## Hey Barbara. Please help me find out which pharmacies carry V 2410 by Watson. All I get here is cheap brands that don't help any. I have neck spasms regularly due to two shoulder surgeries. Pharmacies here only prescribe cheap generics. Thank you for your kindness. Call me Uncl... ...

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whats with cvs and wall greens?

i hace to pay alot of money to independant pharmacies because wal greens and cvs wont fill and it cost me 250$ for 120 lortab and 90 soma . i have been shot in my nech .point blank range and many other prolems.what do i do id love to save that extra 150 dollars sheesh. ## What is the reason they've given for not filling them? I tried to check for assistance programs for these medications, but I didn't find anything listed. Are you getting the name brand or the generic? ## I'm having the same issue Walgreens all of a sudden they say they no longer have a contract with my insurance. But I got my f'in flu shot there this past year? They said its been years but I filled a regular Rx not long ago. I think the don't want the hassle of pain medication refills. ...

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