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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Cyclobenzaprine hydrochloride is a white, crystalline tricyclic amine salt. It is readily available as a 10-mg tablet computer. May be handled an empty or complete stomach; Store at space temperature level, far from heat and moisture. Feeling lightheaded; Feeling drowsy; Nausea; Upset stomach; Dry mouth. These are one of the most common side effects, yet there may be others. Please report all side effects to the doctor or registered nurse. In case of a severe side effect or reaction, call the doctor, nurse or pharmacologist at 595-3300. If you are outside the Memphis area, dial toll-free 1-866-2STJUDE, and press 0 once the call is linked. This medication may cause you to really feel drowsy or woozy. Do not run heavy tools or drive a motor vehicle up until you see just how this medication will affect you. If you take other pain medications, they can increase the sleepy feeling you get with cyclobenzaprine.

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