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Robaxin has active ingredients of methocarbamol. It is often used in muscle spasms. (latest outcomes from Robaxin 3,343 users)
Lower leg pain has been reported by people with taste - impaired (latest reports from 100 Lower leg pain patients).
On Aug, 25, 2016
No report is found.
I have been taking Topomax for almost 2 months now, and have been having extreme shin splint pain and anterior tibilias pain as well. Tingly sensations going down left anterior tib, and calf soreness. I have leg pain when I work out, but since taking topomax, it has become so severe that I have ...
Hi. I have been taking Robaxin 750 for a very long time. I notice, or I believe this is causing more problems than the alleged benefits. All day yesterday I felt like going to the hospital, but I toughed it out. Tests reveal my breathing in is at 70% but breathing out is only 40%. I have had ...
I have had severe pitting edema in my legs for quite some time now. My doctors have been over and over this and never really did find a cause. Maybe if the doctors knew that Robson does this, we could've gotten somewhere! I've been taking the drug for over five years But not quite 10 years and ...
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