What white oval pill has H on one side and 115 on the other side?

Not medical advice: A white oval pill with the imprint H on one side and 115 on the other is Methocarbamol 750 mg. The drug belongs to the class skeletal muscle relaxants and is prescribed to treat tetanus, opiate withdrawal, and muscle spasms. Brand names include Robaxin, Robaxin-750, Carbacot, and Skelex.

Less serious side effects of Methocarbamol include dizziness, drowsiness, headache, nausea, insomnia, blurred vision, stuffy nose, and mild itching. Stop using the drug and call your doctor if you experience slow heart rate, flu-like symptoms, or seizures.

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In latest news, among the top trainers at Churchill Downs, the Fair Grounds and, until this year, Indiana Grand – has accepted a 45-day suspension from the Indiana Horse Racing Commission after years of fighting a 60-day suspension for a testing overage of a therapeutic medication in one of his horses in 2011.

The suspension is for the muscle relaxant Methocarbamol, commonly known by the tradename Robaxin, a relatively benign drug classified as a Class 4, which are therapeutic medications routinely used in racehorses and have a limited ability to influence performance. Class 1 drugs incur the stiffest penalties, being for horses with a high probability of affecting performance and with no recognized therapeutic value. Find out more at The Courier-Journal.

Updated on Monday, August 17 2015 at 05:52AM EDT
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