22 Oct 2010
Methocarbamol is a prescription muscle relaxant approved for relieving the pain associated with short-term, painful "musculoskeletal conditions," such as muscle spasms due to an injury. It should be used in combination with rest, physical therapy, and other treatments.
It has not been documented to be addictive, however please double check this with the doc/pharmacist who prescribed the med., take care, be well & safe!
- Methocarbamol Information for Consumers
- Methocarbamol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Methocarbamol (detailed)
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1 answer • 28 Apr 2010
I currently take Robaxin/methocarbamol, but insurance co. wants authorization from dr. or switch to?
... tizanidine. Any ideas??? The methocarbamol works fine and this one sounds a litlle on the scary side to me!!!
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3 answers • 7 Dec 2012
I ran out of (Naproxen) helping my family move, I hurt my back. So I like to know if I can take my mom's (Methocarbamol). Because I been moving ...
1 answer • 6 Apr 2013