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What are carisoprodol, aspirin and codeine tablets?

Carisoprodol, aspirin, and codeine phosphate tablets are made up of a combination of three medications used for treatment of pain, relaxing muscle spasms, and restoring range of motion. This prescription medication is often used in conjunction with physical therapy and rest to treat injury. Carisoprodol relaxes the muscle, which alleviates pain, aspirin is a salicylate that addresses swelling and pain, and codeine is a narcotic pain reliever. Carisoprodol, aspirin, and codeine phosphate tablets are also known by the brand name Soma Compound with Codeine, and are classified as a muscle relaxer.

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