Somma

Were you looking for information about Soma? Somma is a common misspelling of Soma.
 
Soma® (carisoprodol) is a prescription drug licensed for the treatment of muscle spasms caused by injury, overuse, or similar problems. The muscle relaxant, which comes in tablet form, is available in two different strengths and is generally taken three times daily and at bedtime. Soma works mostly in the brain stem and spinal cord and not directly on the muscles. The medication should only be used temporarily, for up to two or three weeks.
 
(Click Soma to learn more about how Soma works, for tips on how and when to take the medication, and to find out what you should talk to your healthcare provider about before starting treatment. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Soma.)
 
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