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Review: could Parafon forte dsc cause Addiction - drug (Drug abuse and dependence)?

We study 38 people who have side effects while taking Parafon forte dsc from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Addiction - drug and more.

Parafon forte dsc

Parafon forte dsc (latest outcomes from 62 users) has active ingredients of chlorzoxazone. It is often used in muscle spasms.

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Addiction - drug (latest reports from 79,651 patients) has been reported by people with pain, depression, back pain, stress and anxiety, migraine.

On Aug, 25, 2014: No report is found.

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  • I played shuttle after a longtime and got right hand pain from fingers to elbow.
    The very next day met a neurologist and he prescribed a muscle relaxant tablet named "ARFLUR MR". I just had only one tablet in night and from the very next day morning, I felt drowsy and vommitting sensation and when driving car I felt this dizziness more, but anyway I was able to do all my day to day activities,. I feel this for 4 days then went to a multispeciality hospital and took full body check up and found all my blood sugar, pressure, heart beat, NRI brain, liver function NORMAL. So doctor told it was drug induced mild vertigo as a side effect of chlorzoxazone. Now I am taking vitamin tablets & Vertin 16 mg tablet for past 3 days and taking rest. Rarely twice a day I feel mildly dizzy. I need to know when I will be completely back to form Playful, swimming, jogging and I am a adventurous tourist. Please help me on this......
    I played shuttle after a longtime and got right hand pain from fingers to elbow.
    The very next day met a neurologist and he prescribed a muscle relaxant tablet named "ARFLUR MR". I just had only one tablet in night and from the very next day morning, I felt drowsy and vommitting sensation and when driving car I felt this dizziness more, but anyway I was able to do all my day to day activities,. I feel this for 4 days then went to a multispeciality hospital and took full body check up and found all my blood sugar, pressure, heart beat, NRI brain, liver function NORMAL. So doctor told it was drug induced mild vertigo as a side effect of chlorzoxazone. Now I am taking vitamin tablets & Vertin 16 mg tablet for past 3 days and taking rest. Rarely twice a day I feel mildly dizzy. I need to know when I will be completely back to form Playful, swimming, jogging and I am a adventurous tourist. Please help me on this......

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    I played shuttle after a longtime and got right hand pain from fingers to elbow. The very next day met a neurologist and he prescribed a muscle relaxant tablet named "ARFLUR MR". I just had only one tablet in night and from the very next day morning, I felt drowsy and vommitting sensation and when ...

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