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Carisoprodol is the generic form of the prescription drug Soma, used to relax muscles and help relieve the pain caused by muscle spasms.
Carisoprodol is of class of medications called muscle relaxants.
“High” carisoprodol and abuse
Among the muscle relaxant medications, carisoprodol is the one that causes the most drowsiness and the greatest abuse potential.
According to anecdotal reports, addicts could combine carisoprodol with two other drugs, benzodiazepine Alprazolam (Xanax) and Hydrocodone, to create a cocktail called “La Trinité” or “Le Saint Cocktail”.
Because of its potential for abuse and the risk of serious side effects, keep this medicine and all medicines out of the reach of children, adolescents, and anyone else for whom this product has not been prescribed.
If you have any of the following conditions, tell your doctor before taking carisoprodol:
• Sensitivity to drug meprobomate
• Sensitivity to felbamate (Felbatol)
• acute intermittent porphyria
• renal failure
• poor liver function
• history or risk of seizures
• a history of drug or substance abuse
• You may need to take carisoprodol with special precautions, under the guidance of your doctor, if you are elderly or have a physical disability.
• Pregnancy and Carisoprodol
• There is no certainty that carisoprodol will harm an unborn baby or fetus.
• You should inform your doctor if you are pregnant or plan on to becoming pregnant before taking this medicine.
• Although it is thought that carisoprodol may be safe for nursing mothers, you should also tell your doctor if you are breastfeeding or plan to breastfeed before taking carisoprodol.
Common Side effects of Soma
• Drowsiness or drowsiness
• Dry mouth, dry eyes, constipation, and difficulty passing urine.
Serious effects and reactions
• Skin reaction: red rashes, peels or develops blisters or large bumps, known as erythema multiforme and can be life threatening.
• Swelling of the lips, tongue and mouth (Quincke’s edema)
• extreme weakness, poor coordination or paralysis
• Dizziness in general or dizziness or vertigo when standing up (orthostatic hypotension)
• Feel restless or confused
• New infections or feelings of fatigue (they may be related to a decrease in the number of white and red blood cells, called pancytopenia).