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Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg
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|Brand Name:||Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30|
|Generic Name:||Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride Extended-Release Muscle Relaxer|
|Active Ingredient:||Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride|
|Manufacturer:||Kachhela Medex Private Limited|
|Drug Class:||Skeletal Muscle Relaxants|
|Packaging:||10 Tablet in 1 Strip|
|Treatment:||Relieve Muscle Spasms|
|Price:||$100 to $400|
|Countries Availability:||USA, UK, Canada, Australia, China, Japan, South Africa|
What is Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg?
Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg oral tablet is an FDA-approved drug known as Cycloboon ER 30mg. It is skeletal muscle relaxant class medicine help to relieve muscle spasms and other musculoskeletal conditions.
Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride ER 30 mg is used for:
Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg oral tablet is used to help relax muscles and reduce pain or discomfort caused by muscle strains or injury. It is used in combination with rest and physical therapy. It should only be used for two to three weeks at a time. Cycloboon ER 30mg belongs to the skeletal muscle relaxant class of medicines.
How does Cyclobenzaprine HCL Extended Release Tablet work?
Cyclobenzaprine HCL Tablet is a drug of the muscle relaxant class. A drug class is a set of medications that perform the same function. These drugs are regularly used to treat symptoms that are similar. It works by lowering brain and nerve system transmissions, helping your muscles to rest.
Mechanism of Action of Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER Tablet
Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride is a tricyclic antidepressant-like centrally acting skeletal muscle relaxant. Cyclobenzaprine reduces specific skeletal muscular spasms without interfering with muscle function. It aids in the reduction of skeletal muscle hyperactivity. According to research, it mostly acts in the central nervous system, specifically the brain root.
Although an overlapping action on the spinal cord may contribute to its total skeletal muscle relaxant effectiveness, the cyclobenzaprine HCL extended-release tablet is unable to act directly on skeletal muscle or the neuromuscular junction.
Evidence suggests that cyclobenzaprine causes a decrease in tonic somatic motion, impacting both the gamma () and alpha () motor systems. According to a recent study, cyclobenzaprine is a (5-HT2) receptor antagonist, which is responsible for its antispasmodic effect.
In acute, painful musculoskeletal problems, cyclobenzaprine HCL ER tablet efficiently reduces muscle spasms, reduces local pain and discomfort, and increases range of motion.
The antispasmodic medicine cyclobenzaprine is used to treat painful muscle spasms. Cyclobenzaprine, on the other hand, is not an anti-spasmodic medication. As a result, cyclobenzaprine is unsuccessful in treating spasticity caused by cerebral or spinal cord disease or in treating children with cerebral palsy.
How to Use Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg Tablet?
- Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride is available as an extended-release tablet for oral use.
- This muscle relaxant extended-release Tablet is normally taken once a day, with or without meals.
- Do not take this medication for more than three weeks without first consulting your doctor.
- Follow the instructions on your prescription label exactly, and ask your doctor to explain any parts you don’t understand. Cyclobenzaprine HCL pill should be taken exactly as indicated.
- Do not take more or less of it, or take it more frequently than prescribed by your doctor.
- Take these muscle relaxant extended-release Tablets whole, without chewing or crushing them.
- If you are unable to swallow the extended-release Tablet whole, combine it with applesauce.
- Consume the combination immediately and without chewing. After you’ve finished eating the mixture, take a drink and swish and swallow to ensure that you’ve swallowed all of the medication.
Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride Extended-release 30 mg oral tablet is intended for chronic pain and short-term or long-term use. Do not take this drug without consultation with a doctor.
This drug should only be used for three weeks. You might get adverse effects if you do not take cyclobenzaprine as prescribed.
Your symptoms may increase if you stop taking the drug abruptly or do not take it at all. Increased muscular spasms or pain may occur.
If you skip a dose or do not take the medication on time:
Your drug may perform less well or cease to function entirely. A specific amount of this drug must be present in your body for it to act properly.
You may have harmful quantities of the substance in your body if you take too much.
Overdose of this medicine might cause the following symptoms:
- Palpitations (rapid or irregular heartbeat)
- Having difficulty speaking or understanding
- Numbness or loss of control in your face, arms, or legs
- Having difficulty seeing in one or both eyes
- Agitation (a state of agitation or restlessness)
- Hallucinations are when you hear or see something that isn’t there.
If you believe you have taken too much of this medication, contact your doctor or a local poison control center. If your symptoms are severe, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room right away.
Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg Side Effects
Common side effects include:
- Dry mouth
Warning before taking Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride extended-release oral tablet.
Cyclobenzaprine has the potential to produce a serious allergic reaction. Symptoms may include: difficulty breathing, swelling of the throat or tongue
Any experience an allergic response, contact your doctor or a local poison control center right away. If symptoms are severe, dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. If you’ve ever had an adverse reaction to this medication, don’t take it again. Taking it again could result in death.
Interaction with Alcohol
- Using alcoholic beverages can raise your risk of dizziness, sleepiness, and decreased alertness caused by cyclobenzaprine. Consult your doctor if you use alcohol.
- Warnings for persons who have particular medical conditions
- For persons who have difficulty urinating: This medication may aggravate your symptoms.
- Glaucoma patients: This medication may worsen your symptoms.
People with liver problems:
If you have liver problems or a history of liver illness, you may have difficulty clearing this medicine from your system. This may result in a buildup in your body. This raises the probability of negative effects.
Pregnant women should consult their doctor if they are pregnant or plan to get pregnant.
Cyclobenzaprine can enter into breast milk and cause adverse effects in nursing children. If you are nursing your infant, consult your doctor. You may need to decide whether to discontinue nursing or take this medication.
For Elder People:
The kidneys and liver of older people may not function as well as they once did. As a result, your body may metabolize medications more slowly. As a result, more of medicine remains in your body for a longer period of time. This increases your chances of experiencing side effects.
The oral tablet should not be used in children under the age of 15.
Other drugs that may interact with cyclobenzaprine include:
The oral tablet cyclobenzaprine may interact with other drugs, vitamins, or herbs you are taking. When a chemical alters the way a drug functions, this is referred to as an interaction. This can be dangerous or prevent the medicine from working properly.
To help avoid interactions, your doctor should carefully manage all of your prescriptions. Make sure your doctor is aware of any drugs, vitamins, or herbs you are taking. Consult your doctor or pharmacist to learn how this medication may interact with other medications you are taking.
The following are some medicines that may interact with cyclobenzaprine.
Drugs that should not be used with Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg
MAOIs (monoamine oxidase inhibitors) are not recommended to be used with cyclobenzaprine.
This can have serious consequences for the body. These are some examples of these drugs:
Taking this medication in conjunction with an MAOI or within 14 days after discontinuing an MAOI may raise your risk of serious adverse effects. Seizures are among them.
Interactions that increase the chance of coming across adverse effects
Taking cyclobenzaprine alongside certain drugs increases the chance of cyclobenzaprine adverse effects. This is due to an increase in the amount of cyclobenzaprine in your body. Benzodiazepines, such as triazolam, alprazolam, and midazolam, are examples of these medicines. You may experience increased sedation and tiredness.
Barbiturates like phenobarbital. You may experience increased sedation and tiredness.
Antidepressant medications. Among these are fluoxetine, venlafaxine, amitriptyline, and bupropion. You may be more susceptible to serotonin syndrome.
Tolterodine and oxybutynin are anticholinergic medicines. You may be more susceptible to some negative effects. These include dry mouth and the inability to urinate.
Certain medicines, when combined with cyclobenzaprine, may induce more severe side effects such as sleepiness or sedation. A person should see their doctor before combining another drug with cyclobenzaprine, and they should avoid operating machinery while taking it.
Cyclobenzaprine HCL ER 30 mg should be stored at 77°F (25°C). Keep it away from direct sunlight. Store it away from moist or wet locations such as bathrooms.
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