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Can you take (2) 750mg methocarbamol at the same time?

My girlfriend is suffering from severe back spasms. Her doctor prescribe methocarbamol 750Mg (7/30/13) it says on the bottle take 1 tablet 3x a day but one is not helping her at all plz help me help ...

Posted 30 Jul 2013 1 answer

Is it safe to take tramadol with methocarbamol?

I recently stopped taking oxycodone 10mg. But I'm not sleeping at all and restless legs are driving me nuts. So they put me on methocarbamol and I'm already on tramadol. Is this a dangerous ...

Posted 17 Oct 2014 4 answers

Is Methocarbamol a narcotic?

Posted 1 Dec 2009 2 answers

Does Methocarbamol contain aspirin, ibuprofen, or Naproxen?

I take one methocarbamol 750 mg nightly for leg cramps ("charlie horses"). I have to have a colonoscopy soon and I am to stop taking any drug that contains any of the above medications a ...

Posted 26 Jan 2013 2 answers

Can ibuprofen be taken after 4 hours of taking methocarbamol?

This is for lower back pain

Posted 19 Jun 2013 2 answers

Methocarbamol - methocarbol is like a cymboin??

Is methocarbol give u the same feeling as a cymboxin?

Posted 29 May 2015 1 answer

I've been prescribed Methocarbamol 750, 6 per day, for about?

ten years. Was told by pain doc and rheumatologist that it's an old drug introduced in the 1950s and is considered very mild. I changed pain doctor and he said absolutely no more metho for me. ...

Posted 1 May 2015 1 answer

Can methocarbamol 750 mg be taken together with ibuprofen usp 400 mg?

I have neck and back pain so i take methocarbamol for it. but when I have my period i take ibuprofen to relief my menstrual cramps. so if i take only one of both i don't feel 100% well still. so ...

Posted 5 Oct 2014 2 answers

Can methocarbanol, meloxicam or tramadol cause ringing in the ear?

I took all three medications and have constant ringing and pain in the ears that will not go away. I went to the ENT and they cannot find the cause.

Posted 11 Mar 2015 2 answers

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