Is it safe to take norgesic as a muscle relaxant?

Not available. There are no brands of Norgesic available, this drug was discontinued. You should always consult your physician when making decisions about your medication and health. Good luck.
Yes. There is no reason a healthy person with normal functioning liver and kidneys can't take this medication safely.

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Safe to take norgesic muscle relaxant if you need to drive to work?

Probably not. Norgesic is like many other "muscle relaxants". The main ingredient is an antihistamine which can definitely cause drowsiness. I would not advise people to take this medication and then get behind the wheel.
In general yes. It should be. I would take it in the evening after work, or on the weekend, so that you know what it does to you.

Okay to take norgesic (muscle relaxant)?

Norgesic. There are no brands of Norgesic available, this drug was discontinued. You should always consult your physician when making decisions about your medication and health. Good luck.

Is norgesic a muscle relaxant?

Norgesic was. A combination of aspirin/caffeine/orphenadrine. Orphenadrine is a muscle relaxant. There are no brands of Norgesic available, this drug was discontinued.

Is it safe to take nsaid and muscle relaxant?

Recommended. There is no problem in taking those drugs together and often recommended. They work on separate nerve receptors and do not affect each other. However, always ask your doctor for more information about your individual situation.

Is it safe to take oxycontin, 20mg ER tab twice a day, for my IBS with pain. For smooth muscle relaxant and pain with spasms. Could I go to 30mg.?

Ask your doc. All medication changes especially when dealing with a controlled substance should be discussed with your physician. Medication to medication interactions, medication side effects, and your specific medical conditions must all be taken into account in order to advise you properly.

Afraid to take my muscle relaxant, what to do?

Review indications. For use, potential side effects, mechanism of action and target symptoms either on the internet or with your pharmacist to make an informed decision. Take care.