Skip to Content

Are somas and lorcet still made and prescribed??

Responses (3)

DzooBaby 3 Sep 2014

Generic for Soma is still available. All acetaminophen products have to have no more than 325mg of acetaminophen per pill so you cant get Lorcet 10/650 but you can get hydrocodone/acetaminophen 10/325 which would be the closest equivalent.

balbanese 3 Sep 2014

Yes on Soma, although the controls have increased. Lorcet yes if it comes in a 325mg of Acetaminophen version.

Mackintosh 6 Sep 2014

I am now on a new regimen for reasons not related to accessibility but last year & part of this year I took Soma (350 mg) & Lortab (5/325) RX 'ed by the same pain specialist MD. Am quite sure they are both readily available still. Best!!

cleo130 8 Sep 2014

I was on Carisoprodol (generic Soma) for many years, until one day I went to my pain management appointment and was informed that they were no longer prescribing it. I tried Tizanidine but could not tolerate more than one and one didn't work! Now taking Baclofen, which is a little better, but can't hold a candle to Soma. I've been taking 60MG 0f MS Contin twice a day for several years, my doc won't consider an increase, and no breakthrough meds (my doctor doesn't believe in them). Without Soma I am getting more and more miserable and my back and neck pain is making a 40 plus hour work week almost impossible. I don't sleep well and have huge waves of fatigue that nearly flatten me me every day.

Drugs.com free discount card

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar Questions