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What is methocarbamol and aspirin?

Methocarbamol and aspirin is a combination of two medications used to treat muscle pain and injury. Methocarbamol is a muscle relaxant, and aspirin is a pain reliever. You should take methocarbamol and aspirin with a full glass of water to avoid stomach upset. Only take as much methocarbamol and aspirin as directed by your doctor.

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