What pill is marked with "Westward 290?"


According to DailyMed, a pill marked "Westward 290" is a methocarbamol tablet produced by West-ward Pharmaceuticals. The medication is typically prescribed for adults to relieve pain caused by musculoskeletal conditions.

DailyMed indicates that methocarbamol relaxes the central nervous system in general rather than skeletal muscles in particular. Because it works as a depressant, patients must be careful about combining methocarbamol with alcohol. The drug sometimes reduces a patient's ability to operate machinery or drive a vehicle. Mild to moderate side effects, such as drowsiness, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, sometimes occur. More serious reactions include jaundice, low blood pressure, amnesia, confusion and seizures. Methocarbamol is not usually recommended for pregnant women because its effects on a fetus have not been determined.

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What is westward
WEST-WARD 290. IS 500MG. GENERIC: Methocarbamol. BRAND: Robaxon. Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxant. It works by blocking nerve impulses (or pain sensations) that are sent to your
Westward 290 is a muscle relaxant use to block nerve impulses to the brain. But please consult your physicians for a better understanding of any or all prescribed medications.
Not Medical Advice: (Large round and white) Pill imprint West-Ward 290 has been identified as Methocarbamol 500 mg. It is used in the treatment of muscle spasm.
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