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ROBINAX 500 MG 10 tablets


Brand Name:  Robinax 

Name: Methocarbamol 

Strength:  500 mg 

Pills per order:  10 tablets 

Production Company:  Khandelwal 

Used for:    Muscle relaxant used to reduce and relieve the muscle spasms due to pain and injury. Besides this, it also treats tetanus conditions (lockjaw) which are characterized by painful tightening muscle


Robinax is a’muscle relaxant,’ a class of medication intended to lessen and relieve muscle spasms caused by pain or injury. It also cures tetanus (lockjaw) problems, which are characterized by painful muscle tightening. Muscle spasm occurs when the nerve signals that regulate muscle movement are destroyed or stopped, resulting in painful and involuntary spasms of the muscle. Tetanus is a nerve system condition that causes painful muscular contractions, most commonly in the jaw and neck.

Methocarbamol (muscle relaxant) is found in Robinax and works by suppressing pain sensations (nerve impulses) delivered to the brain. As a result, Robinax acts on the central nervous system (spinal cord and brain), preserving muscle strength and alleviating muscle spasms and stiffness.

Follow your doctor’s instructions for taking Robinax. Depending on your medical condition, you should take Robinax for as long as your doctor has prescribed it. Certain typical adverse effects, such as tiredness, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, disorientation, headache, flushing, dry mouth, and diarrhea, may occur in some situations. The majority of these adverse effects do not necessitate medical treatment and will subside with time. However, if you are experiencing these adverse effects on a regular basis, you should consult your doctor.

Continue taking Robinax for as long as your doctor has prescribed it to effectively treat your problem. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, talk to your doctor before using Robinax. Only if the benefits outweigh the risks will your doctor prescribe Robinax. Robinax is not suggested for youngsters unless a doctor has prescribed it. Before you have any lab tests, tell your doctor that you are taking Robinax because it may affect the findings. When you have renal disease, seizures (fits/epilepsy), or muscle difficulties, don’t use Robinax (myasthenia gravis). To rule out any undesirable side effects, tell your doctor about all of your present medications and your health condition.

Robinax’s Applications

Tetanus, musculoskeletal pain

Medicinal Advantages

Robinax is made of of Methocarbamol is a skeletal muscle relaxant that relieves muscle stiffness or spasm, as well as pain and damage, by blocking pain signals (nerve impulses) to the brain. Robinax is a muscle relaxant that is used to treat painful muscular spasms caused by short-term muscle diseases such as lower back spasms, injuries, sprains, and strains. To treat muscle disorders like pain and damage, Robinax is more effective when combined with rest and physical therapy. Robinax is also used to treat tetanus (lockjaw), a condition that causes painful muscle tightening.

Use Instructions

Robinax can be taken as tablets or as an injection. Robinax tablets can be taken with or without food. Do not chew or break the tablet; instead, consume it whole with water. A healthcare practitioner will administer Robinax through injection. Robinax should not be self-administered. Your doctor will determine how long you should take Robinax based on your medical condition.


Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.

Robinax Side Effects




Mouth is parched



stomach ache


Symptoms of the flu


Vision is hazy

scrubbing (redness, warmth, or tingly feeling)


Drug Recommendations

If you are allergic to methocarbamol or any of its ingredients, do not take it. It is recommended that you see your doctor before using Methocarbamol if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Only if the advantages outweigh the risks will your doctor prescribe Methocarbamol. Children should not be administered methocarbamol since its safety has not been demonstrated. If you have kidney or liver problems, myasthenia gravis (muscle weakness), or seizures, tell your doctor before using Methocarbamol (fits). Methocarbamol should not be combined with other drugs that make you sleepy or slow your breathing because this can result in hazardous adverse effects including death. If you are having surgery that needs a general anesthetic, tell your doctor that you are taking Methocarbamol. Methocarbamol can make you drowsy or sleepy, so don’t drive or operate machinery if you’re taking it. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking Methocarbamol because it may cause drowsiness and sleepiness. To rule out any undesirable side effects, tell your doctor about all the medications you’re taking and your health situation.

Interactions Between Drugs

Methocarbamol may interact with antiepileptics (carbamazepine, oxcarbazepine, lamotrigine, topiramate, zonisamide), appetite suppressants (orlistat), anticholinergics (benztropine, clidinium, cyclopentolate, dicyclomine), an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor (pyridostigmine bromide), antianxiety (alprazolam, chlordia (amitriptyline, amoxapine, clomipramine, imipramine, nortriptyline).

Avoid drinking alcohol or smoking tobacco while taking Methocarbamol because it might induce drowsiness, dizziness, and a lack of focus.

Methocarbamol may interact with liver disease, kidney dysfunction, seizures (fits), previous brain damage or coma, muscle weakness (myasthenia gravis), and autonomic dysreflexia (spinal cord injury).

Safety Suggestions


Alcohol should be avoided when taking Methocarbamol because it can cause drowsiness.


Methocarbamol is classified as a category C medication during pregnancy. If you’re pregnant, don’t take Methocarbamol unless your doctor tells you to. If you have any concerns, please consult your doctor; your doctor will only prescribe if the benefits outweigh the risks.


Methocarbamol is not recommended for moms who are breastfeeding. Consult your doctor before taking Methocarbamol; your doctor will determine whether or not Methocarbamol is safe to consume during breastfeeding.


Methocarbamol makes you sleepy and drowsy. If you are not alert, do not drive or use machinery.


Because it contains paracetamol, it may be necessary to alter the dosage in people with severe liver problems. If you have any worries about this or if you have a liver problem, please visit your doctor.


In patients with kidney disease, dose adjustments may be necessary. If you have any worries about this or if you have kidney impairment, please visit your doctor.

No habit formation

Advice on Diet and Lifestyle

Regular exercise helps to stretch muscles, making them less likely to spasm, tear, or sprain. Muscle stretching can be accomplished with light workouts such as running and walking.

Massages are also beneficial.

Extremely cold and hot temperatures should be avoided.

Wear loose-fitting clothing instead than tight-fitting clothing.

Get lots of rest and sleep.

Change your position at least every two hours to avoid developing pressure sores.

Muscle spasms can be treated with either hot or cold therapy. For 15-20 minutes, apply an ice pack or a heat pack to the muscle.

Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.


If you are taking Methocarbamol, tell your doctor and the laboratory staff because it may interfere with laboratory tests.

After the first two or three days of treatment, you may need to reduce your dose. Follow your doctor’s instructions for how many tablets you should take each day. Methocarbamol should not be taken in excess of the recommended dose; at greater doses, it has a higher potential for misuse, especially in those with a history of narcotic dependence.

Additional Information: This item is non-refundable.

Glossary of Diseases and Conditions

Muscle spasm: Muscle spasms are painful and uncomfortable involuntary contractions of the muscle. Muscle spasms can occur when nerve impulses that govern muscle action are disrupted or stopped. Muscle tightness, joint stiffness, atypical posture, trouble moving, and discomfort in the afflicted muscles and joints are all symptoms. Muscle spasms can be triggered by fatigue (weakness), stress, excessive heat or cold, illness, and tight clothing. Muscle spasms can be treated with muscle relaxants and exercise. Muscle relaxants aid to relax the muscle and prevent unpleasant spasms. Exercise helps to stretch muscles, making them less likely to spasm, tear, or sprain.

Tetanus is a bacterial infection caused by Clostridium tetani, also known as Lockjaw. These bacteria begin to generate a poison (toxin) after infiltrating our bodies, causing painful muscle contractions. It causes the muscles in the neck and jaw to lock, making it difficult to open the mouth or swallow food/drinks.


Methocarbamol is made up of Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxant that acts on the spinal cord and brain’s centers, assisting in the maintenance of muscle strength and the relief of muscle spasms and stiffness.

Methocarbamol should not be used to treat stomach pain. It could be an indication of a stomach ulcer or gastric bleeding if you experience stomach pain after eating. Methocarbamol should not be used in this situation. If you experience stomach pain after taking this medication, call your doctor right away.

Laboratory testing may be hampered by methocarbamol. Before having any blood or urine tests, ensure sure your doctor and laboratory professionals are aware that you are taking Methocarbamol.

Some people may become drowsy after using methocarbamol. This negative effect does not have to be experienced by everyone who takes Methocarbamol. As a result, if you feel drowsy after taking Methocarbamol, don’t drive.

Do not stop taking Methocarbamol without first discussing with your doctor. Muscle rigidity, increased heart rate, changes in mood, fever, mental disorders, confusion, hallucinations, and fits may occur if Methocarbamol is abruptly stopped (seizures). If you have any problems while taking Methocarbamol, talk to your doctor; your doctor will gradually reduce the dose.

When muscular tone is essential for safe balance and movement during particular activities, do not use Methocarbamol. Muscle tone that is either low or too low can be hazardous in certain situations. Alcohol should not be used while taking Methocarbamol since it may produce negative effects. Avoid driving or performing dangerous duties until you know how Methocarbamol may effect you because your reactions may be affected.

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