Were you looking for information about Methocarbamol? Methocarbomal is a common misspelling of methocarbamol.
Methocarbamol (Robaxin®) is a drug that works in the central nervous system to treat pain associated with muscle spasms and other short-term, painful "musculoskeletal conditions." In many cases, this prescription medicine is taken three or four times a day. The dose your healthcare provider recommends will depend on how severe your condition is, whether you take other medications, and how you respond to this product.
Most people have no problems with methocarbamol. As with any medicine, however, side effects are a possibility -- vomiting, drowsiness, and dizziness are some of the more common ones. Before starting treatment, talk to your healthcare provider about your medical history and your current medications. To ensure your safety, your healthcare provider also needs to know if you are breastfeeding, pregnant, or thinking of becoming pregnant.
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