What Is Equagesic?

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Equagesic refers to a combination of drugs indicated for a short term treatment accompanied by anxiety or tension in patients with tension headache. It combines of aspirin, meprobamate and opioid analgesic.
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The usual dosage of Equagesic is one or two tablets, each tablet containing meprobamate, 200 mg, and aspirin, 325 mg, orally 3 to 4 times daily as needed for the relief of pain when
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You should not use this medicine if you have had an allergic reaction to aspirin, meprobamate, or to medicines similar to meprobamate such as carbromal, mebutamate, or Soma®.
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