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Methocarbamol And Acetaminophen
Methocarbamol (trade name robaxin, (methocarbamol) which is marketed by actient pharmaceuticals in the United States and pfizer in canada) is a central muscle relaxant used to treat skeletal muscle spasms. Because of potential for side-effects, this drug is considered to be a high-risk ...Read more
If you mean: How long does it take for drug to act its variable. Full stomach?? Empty stomach....with the latter about 30 minutes to one hour! ...Read more
Yes: There should be no issues.Get a more detailed answer ›
I mistaken Methocarbamol for Tylenol (acetaminophen) I'm 30 weeks pregnant. Help please! Can this harm my baby?
No: You'll probably be sleepy from taking a muscle relaxer but otherwise it won't cause any harm. Always verify your medication before you take something ...Read more
Yes: That should not be a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
Could I take 2 tylenol (acetaminophen) pm 1 ibuprofen 800 and a methocarbamol 750 at the same time?
Yes: There should not be any interaction with those medications ...Read more
Tylenol (acetaminophen) or axion: Yes no problem taking them both together as prescribed. Most medication if used as prescribed are safe. ...Read more
Can you take robaxin with tylenol (acetaminophen)? I woke up with a stiff neck and have been taking tylenol (acetaminophen). I was wondering if it is ok to take robaxin with tylenol (acetaminophen) to help with muscle spasms in my neck.
Robaxin (methocarbamol): Robaxin is commonly prescribed for similar conditions. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is additionally useful as an adjuvant analgesic. As every patient's medical history and medication pharmacodynamics are different, I always recommend medications only be taken together under the supervision of your personal physician. ...Read more
What medicine works the best for pinched nerve in the leg? Can robaxin help? I have ibuprofen, naproxen and extra strength tylenol (acetaminophen)...Which one?
When expired?: Depends on how long ago it expired and the conditions in which it was kept. The expiration date includes for most medication an extra years worth of safety (not true for many drugs, particularly injectables). I would not fret if were a year expired. ...Read more
Depends: Methocarbamol comes in 500 mg and 750 mg forms - 3 of the 500 mg tabs would be ok, whereas 3 of the 750 is above the recommended dose. Side effects could include slowed heart rate, decreased blood pressure, confusion, sleepiness, etc. Presumably it's out of your system by now but if you're still having side effects, see a physician. ...Read more
Methocarbamol (trade name robaxin, (methocarbamol) which is marketed by actient pharmaceuticals in the United States and pfizer in canada) is a central muscle relaxant used to treat skeletal muscle spasms.
Because of potential for side-effects, this drug is considered to be a high-risk medication for the elderly. ...Read more
Fairly normal: Some patients with this medication could feel drowsy or sleepy and you should be careful with any activity that could put you or other people at risk such as driving. Some people might get a headache or nausea. The goal of the medication is to relax muscle. If you are not feeling right stop the medication and speak with your physician. ...Read more
Don't: You should never take a medication that has expired. ...Read more
Discuss with MD: No real serious reports of pravastatin and Methocarbamol interactions. However you should discuss with your doctor or pharmacist as other factors may come into play when deciding if a particular medication and it's potential side effect profile is right for your overall situation. ...Read more
It depends: This is an important question. Too much acetaminophen is dangerous. According to Epocrates, a drug information program, most healthy adults can get up to about 1, 000 mg in 4 hrs, and 4, 000 mg (4 grams) per day safely. Children should get less, based on their age or weight. Read labels carefully, and ask your doctor or nurse if unsure. ...Read more
50 Grams: This would be the equivalent of taking a bottle of 100 tablets of extra strength tylenol. This has the potential of being anywhere from fatal to cause permanent liver damage. If you know anyone who consumed this much acetaminophen, see that the patient gets to the emergency department asap. ...Read more
See below: Depends on how much is 'too much'. If one extra tablet one time, probably ok. If more that 2 extra tablets, should go to er. If 1 or 2 extra on multiple occasions should see your doctor. Also if you drink alcohol, it could be more serious. Tylenol (acetaminophen) can cause serious liver damage, & alcohol can make it worse. ...Read more
At one time? If so: I would recommend you go to the hospital immediately as 30 grams can severely damage your liver and you will need to be seen by a physician immediately for possible treatment. ...Read more