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What should I discuss with my doctor before taking orphenadrine?

Orphenadrine is a prescription drug that may be given via injection, and usually you receive your initial treatment from a doctor. Some doctors teach their patients how to use orphenadrine at home. Do not use anyone else's medication or share needles or syringes.

If you seek medical care for any different conditions, inform healthcare professionals that you are taking orphenadrine to avoid any possible drug interactions.

Make sure to discuss all of your medications, vitamin or herbal supplements and medical conditions. Several medications are known to interact with orphenadrine and it can make some medical conditions worse.

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