thank you i read other questions and found answers =)
1 Feb 2012
I myself was involved in a bad car accident which left me with severe muscle aches & pains. Also chronic siatica pain. After trying several different types of medications, soma was the best prescrption. Due to its non addictive nature. After use I woke up feeling refreshed & relaxed. Not groggy what so ever. Best of luck..
1 Feb 2012
Hello and welcome to the site,
Maso is entirely correct, but interestingly Soma Is or About to be reclassified as a controlled substance (CIV) because of some delightful properties it does possess... like after the first pass on the metabolism through the liver, the drug, a very important metabolite is something similar to quaaludes or sopers or what ever peeps called them in the 70's. I knew about the metabolite but just found out through the grapevine that it is or shortly will be classified as a controlled substance. Class IV's is an ok place for it to be. I was on it for years and then it stopped working... so I now take Robaxin, or generic name is methacarbamol, 4 times a day and do just fine. Everyone is different csmile and knowledge is power so keep on keeping on and learn as much as you can. Just might save your life one day. Not all docs made A's in school. Just saying.
The Sweeter Hippie,
- Soma Information for Consumers
- Soma Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Soma (detailed)
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