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Carisoprodol And Aspirin Adverse Effects
Is conjugated linolenic acid safe to take while on a beta blocker, low dose aspirin? Adverse effects on LFT's / blood sugar?
What side effects are often associated with the prescription drug Soma (carisoprodol) along with oxycontin ?
What soma (carisoprodol) plant?: "soma" was the name of a plant/drink mentioned in the hindu religious text the vedas that was used in religious rituals. No one knows for sure what plant(s)they were referring to. It is speculated that Soma (carisoprodol) was hallucinogenic & may have been amanita or psylocibin mushrooms, cannabis or ephedra. See http://en.Wikip. ...Read more
I was prescribed oxycotin along with soma's. My doctor recently changed my muscle relaxer to methocarbam. Will the two have the same physical effects?
Near same: Both Soma (carisoprodol) and Methocarbam are muscle relaxants. The Soma (carisoprodol) may not have been working as well for you as your MD would like or you were having an adverse reaction to the Soma (carisoprodol) so your MD probably thought Methocarbam might work better for you. It has a similar pharmacological profile to Soma (carisoprodol). ...Read more
Seizures caused from depleation of good sodium in my body. Caused from over medication of drug soma. Went into hospital, they brought sodium levels up through i.V's. Taking Depakote 500 mg. 1x per day to avoid seizures. Suggest support groups, effects on
It : It is probably true than anyone can have a seizure under the right conditions. These conditions include poisoning by prescription or recreational drugs, withdrawal from prescription or recreational drugs (including alcohol), brain injuries, general illnesses, and abnormal levels of blood salts (electrolytes -- including sodium). When people have seizures with provocation, they are not considered to have epilepsy, and usually don't require long term seizure medication. People who have a tendency to have repeated seizures with little or no provocation have epilepsy. The diagnosis is made by history, and supported by results from tests like brain-wave recordings (eegs) and brain imaging (usually mri). Epilepsy usually does require long-term use of seizure medications like depakote, or other interventions like epilepsy surgery. Taking Depakote for a provoked seizure is an unusual clinical approach. Depakote can be given for other reasons. Since Depakote use can be accompanied by serious short term and long term side effects, it is important to see a doctor to develop a better understanding for its use in specific cases. ...Read more
None: Soma (carisoprodol) is a rx medication used for acute painful musculoskeletal conditions in adults (and as a muscle relaxant) but can be addictive in many patients. Discuss with your dr about other alternatives for treating you. Otc nsaids may help your pain until you can make an appt. Best wishes. ...Read more
No: Talk to your pcp.They are different class of medications for different purposes.It will not hurt if you take them together. ...Read more
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