Metaxalone

What is Metaxalone?

It is a non steroid analgesic drug. It is NASID group of drug. It is now being withdrawn for toxicity.

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Dr changed my medicine from flexiril 10 mg to metaxalone 800 mg. What is the difference or are tey similar in strength?...

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metaxalone more potent

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I took an 800 mg metaxalone and 5mg Norco together not realizing there was a drug interaction between the two. Should I be worried or possibly go...

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Do not be worried

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Metaxalone and Norco used together may cause mild sedation. It is not recommended to...

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Can I take Metaxalone (muscle relaxer) with pain medicine SMZ/TMP substituted for BACTRIM ?

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I have used skelaxin occasionally. I also have osteoarthritis for which I use a tins unit for pain management. The familial tremor is also in my...

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I took an 800 mg metaxalone and 5mg Norco together not realizing there was a drug interaction between the two. Should I be worried or possibly go...

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KNEE PAIN description: (needle like) stabbing knee pain that comes on suddenly and sometimes randomly. worse when: high impact exercise, running 2+...

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Took 50 mg of tramodol and 800 mg of Metaxalone for pain is there side effects?

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I ve been on oxycontin 20mg every 12 hours for 6 months. I was on oxycodone & metaxalone but ran out of those. I m almost out of the oxycontin &...

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