Not Medical Advice: A small yellow pill with the imprint TL 177 on one side has been identified as Cyclobenzaprine hydrochloride 10 mg.
It is sold under the brand names Amrix, Pac with Cyclobenzaprine, Fexmid and Flexeril. The prescription-only drug is a muscle relaxant and should not be used if you have taken MAO inhibitors in the past 14 days.
Common side effects include: dizziness, drowsiness, loss of appetite, constipation, gas, nausea, blurred vision, dry throat or mouth, and muscle weakness.
One of the best ways to reduce your risk of being harmed by medication errors is to take an active role in your own health care.
Cut your risk with these tips, shared by the experts at MayoClinic.org.