What will happen to me if I crush and swallow norflex?
Norflex - crushed and swallowed?
- 24 Aug 2009 by GWH1121
- 31 August 2009
If you are taking the extended release Norflex tablet (ie 100mg tablet) it has a special tablet coating. The coating is formulated in such a way that it allows a small amount of the active drug to be released into the body constantly (as opposed to a normal coating which releases the drug all at once) . This means you get a long lasting effect of the drug and may only need to take it once or twice a day.
By crushing the tablet you destroy the coating. You will get higher levels of Norflex in your blood stream which could lead to adverse effects.
See https://www.drugs.com/sfx/norflex-side-effects.html for adverse effects of Norflex.
- Norflex Information for Consumers
- Norflex Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Norflex (detailed)
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