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Carisoprodol (Soma®) is a medication that can be prescribed to help relieve discomfort and pain caused by muscle spasms. It is a muscle relaxant that metabolizes into a barbiturate medication in the liver, providing anti-anxiety and sedative properties. Carisoprodol tablets, which are usually taken three times daily and at bedtime, should not be used for more than two or three weeks. Before using carisoprodol, you should talk to your healthcare provider if you have liver disease, kidney disease, or epilepsy.
 
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