Little white pill says G on one side and 2011 on the other... What is it?

Not Medical Advice: Pill imprint 2011 G has been identified as Orphenadrine citrate extended release 100 mg.

As a member of the drug class skeletal muscle relaxants, this generic version of Norflex is prescribed to treat migraine and muscle spasm.

Common side effects include: vomiting, nausea, blurred vision, drowsiness, constipation, weakness, stomach irritation/upset, dizziness or lightheadedness, and dry mouth.

Usual adult dose for muscle spasm (acute musculoskeletal conditions):

100 mg orally twice a day (morning and evening); or

60 mg by intramuscular or intravenous injection; may repeat every 12 hours

Quinine-resistant leg cramps:

100 mg orally at bedtime

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Wednesday, February 08 2017