Anyone taken Amrix before?
My dr gave me 3 samples to take over the next few days for leg pain. It's 15mg extended release. I took my first one last night at 8 and it def relaxed my muscles. I slept all through the night until 12pm today, but I STILL feel super tired. I could've probably slept all of today too if I hadn't made...
Asked by Wm Calico 4 months ago.
My dr gave me 3 samples to take over the next few days for leg pain. It's 15mg extended release. I took my first one last night at 8 and it def relaxed my muscles. I slept all through the night until 12pm today, but I STILL feel super tired. I could've probably slept all of today too if I hadn't made myself get up. In a couple hrs im supposed to take the next pill but I'm still feeling the effects from the first one. Is this normal? Should I still take the other pill? I'm 24 and energetic, but now I'm like a zombie and sooo sleepy. Also, has anyone experienced muscle tremors or twitching from Amrix? I got that in the middle of the night and it was so bizarre. It was like when all your little muscles contract from being freezing or something. Answered by Mandie Vittetoe 4 months ago.
Amrix is extended release flexeril. I took flexeril and it completely knocked me out and dried me up so bad my nose bled. Other people say the Amrix won't make you as tired. I take zanaflex now. It works for me. Answered by Fausto Ryans 4 months ago.
I haven't took it before. Answered by Rachell Eliason 4 months ago.
Will amrix and xanax show the same in a hair follicle test?
Asked by Harriette Gangelhoff 4 months ago.
Amrix (cyclobenzaprine) is a muscle relaxant and not usually tested for. Xanax (alprazolam) will show up as a benzodiazepine. Answered by Danille Kogan 4 months ago.
Is it okay to take sudafed, amoxiciiln and amrix a muscle relaxer at the same time?
Asked by Shalon Ferkovich 4 months ago.
I AM NOT A DOCTOR Drugs.com's drug interaction checker says it is ok for you to take Sudafed, Amoxicillin and Amrix at the same time. Answered by Elvera Acres 4 months ago.
Amrix Muscle Relaxer Answered by Evalyn Ee 4 months ago.
why would you o.o, sudafed is a decongestant, amoxiciiln an antibiotic and amrix (obviously) a muscle relaxer, i doubt they will react negativly due to the active ingrediants but id run a refference check on the non active ones before you try... im assuming you have multiple conditions but if you are just trying to get high or sum thing i hope you know neither of the first two will even give u a buzz (sudafed may give u a slight one but when its not re cultured in other drugs it really inst doing anything other then decongestant) Answered by Columbus Gendler 4 months ago.
I wouldn't. That is a lot of meds lol. Have tried natural medicines...If find that you want to try, here is the best book to look into:God's Medicine Is Best (herbs, vitamins and minerals) by Linda Wise Answered by Shawanda Freedlander 4 months ago.
It depends.. Answered by Jolene Gleeson 4 months ago.
Does amrix get you high?
some kid was claiming amrix getss you really high. im doubting that it does. maybe a lil high but im looking for someone thats done it. and wondering what snorting it would do
Asked by Domingo Shiflet 4 months ago.
Hello Cole, Try to start focusing on the beautiful things in life instead of where to find your next high or what certain medications can do to help get you high. Life is too short and you are wasting your best years. Start making better life decisions and see what there is in the world that can bring you real pleasure. Take care. Answered by Junior Zucker 4 months ago.
What happens if you take amrix with alcohol?
Thanks everyone. He's fine. He took the normal dose and only a couple glasses of wine. It's all good.
Asked by Rosetta Younkers 4 months ago.
Use in combination may result in additive central nervous system depression and impairment of judgment, thinking, and psychomotor skills. Nothing TOO severe but he should definitely not do it again. If something unexpected does happen have a phone close at hand. Answered by Rosemarie Aoki 4 months ago.
You’ve probably seen this warning on medicines you’ve taken. The danger is real. Mixing alcohol with certain medications can cause nausea and vomiting, headaches, drowsiness, fainting, or loss of coordination. It also can put you at risk for internal bleeding, heart problems, and difficulties in breathing. In addition to these dangers, alcohol can make a medication less effective or even useless, or it may make the medication harmful or toxic to your body. Some medicines that you might never have suspected can react with alcohol, including many medications which can be purchased “over-the-counter”—that is, without a prescription. Even some herbal remedies can have harmful effects when combined with alcohol. Answered by Napoleon Heyser 4 months ago.
He will be fine. I was on Amrix. Its just an extended release muscle relaxers. Now, if he took a LOT, and drank a LOT. It might be bad. Answered by Katharine Pawluch 4 months ago.
Does 15mg amrix er capsules have any street value?
Asked by Sophie Krain 4 months ago.
Not really ha. Answered by Ngoc Colletta 4 months ago.
Amrix 15 Mg Answered by Lakisha Anno 4 months ago.