Equagesic

Last Update May 30, 2016
Equagesic is an anti-inflammatory, fever reducing and pain relief medication.
Uses: Equagesic is prescribed for Pain and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
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Positive 3 "Years ago I was given 'Equagesic'. It was wonderful, but I do not know whether they still make it. ...Now i am on Flexeril twice a day. ...It helps, but not as much as the Equagesic did."Read more positive discussions
Negative 27 "a single equagesic would be very unlikely to cause this reaction. ...I responded to the Bruce Lee comment just because whatever the reason for his death, he died young and may not be a good role model... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Equagesic

What does Equagesic treat?
Alcohol warning on Equagesic
There may be a negative interaction between Equagesic and alcohol.
How do I obtain Equagesic?
Prescription in the USA
How do I take Equagesic?
Pill
What dosages are available?
Tablet: 200-325 mg
Ingredients
Aspirin/Meprobamate
Approval Date
May 27, 1960
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