Robaxin , also medically known as methocarbamol, is a type of medication used in combination with rest and physical therapy to relieve pain and discomfort associated with muscle spasms, sprains or other types of muscle related injuries.
Robaxin is taken orally in tablet form, approximately four to six times per day, as prescribed by your doctor. Never take more or less than what your doctor has prescribed.
Common side effects associated with this drug include drowsiness, dizziness, upset stomach, nausea, headache, fever and blurred vision. More severe side effects include severe skin rash, and itchy skin. If you are experiencing the more severe side effects, contact your doctor immediately.
Robaxin may also be prescribed to treat other conditions, as determined by your doctor.