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Buy Carisoprodol no prescription

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Other Names

Often sold and known as Soma.

Description

Carisoprodol is a drug formulated to relax the muscles to relieve the ache, discomfort and stiffness of muscle spasm caused by injuries. It can only be taken by patients who are 12 years and older.

How To Take

Carisoprodol is in tablet form. It should then be taken orally four times a day, with liquid or food. 350 mg is the average adult dosage per tablet. Store Carisoprodol in a tight container. Keep it at room temperature and away from children.

Side Effect

Between the first and fourth doses, you may develop allergic or idiosyncratic reactions to the drug. You may also experience side effects that include ataxia, depressive reactions, headache, insomnia, irritability, syncope, tremor and vertigo. Call your doctor if your symptoms persist, worsen or seem unusual. Carisoprodol causes dizziness and drowsiness, which may be aggravated when mixed with alcohol and other drugs that cause the same side effects. So avoid activities that can be hazardous, such as driving or operating machinery, as much as possible. If you suspect that you or someone else has overdosed on the drug, seek emergency medical attention especially if symptoms such as breathing difficulties, confusion, fainting, low blood pressure, weakness and even unconsciousness arise. It is best if your family knows about these symptoms so that they know what to look for if you overdose.

Precautions

Do not take Carisoprodol if you have acute intermittent porphria. You may take it, with your doctor’s advice and monitoring, if you have kidney or liver disease. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to be pregnant or breastfeeding as the drug’s effects on the unborn child and breast milk have not yet been determined.

Drug Interractions

If you suspect that you or someone else has overdosed on the drug, seek emergency medical attention especially if symptoms such as breathing difficulties, confusion, fainting, low blood pressure, weakness and even unconsciousness arise. It is best if your family knows about these symptoms so that they know what to look for if you overdose.

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