Methocarbamol is the generic name for the muscle relaxer, Robaxin. It is used to treat muscle spasms and pain.
It is a skeletal muscle relaxant.
Methocarbamol (brand name Robaxin) is a muscle relaxant.
Yes and No. In short, it potentiates the effects of methocarbamol.
Not at all. Methocarbamol is Robaxin, which is an anti-inflammatory. Big difference there.
Methocarbamol + Xanax = increased sedative effect
Methocarbamol and chlorzoxazone may cause harmless color changes in urine--orange or reddish purple with chlorzoxazone; and purple, brown, or green with methocarbamol.
Methocarbamol is a generic name for Robaxin, so they are one in the same. This prescribed drug is a skeletal muscle relaxant agent and is thought to work by acting as a central nervous system depressant. It is available over the counter in Canada.
Yes, 5000 MG of Methocarbamol could kill a person.
Yes you can they were both given to me in the hospital together for pulled muscles