What Pill Has 2410 with a V under It?


A pill imprinted with 2410 V is a Carisoprodol. This drug is a relaxant used to treat muscle spasm and stiffness. First time users will experience dizziness and drowsiness. Avoidance of activities which requires alertness is a must.
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Both are carisoprodol used for treating discomfort associated with certain painful muscle conditions. It is usually used along with rest and physical therapy. Source(s): http://www.drugs.com
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The pill with the imprint of the numbers 2410 and a V under it refers to Carisoprodol. This is medication used to treat muscle spasm. This medication prescribed by a doctor along with instructions for taking the medicine.
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