Myoril Capsule contains thiocolchicoside, a muscle-relaxing agent, as its active ingredient. It is used to treat neck pain, back pain and spine-related injury. It blocks the pain pathway by increasing the chemical level in the brain and thus, relaxes muscle contracture. It should be taken as directed by the doctor and in doses and duration as prescribed. It should be taken with food. Diarrhoea, stomach pain, sleepiness are some of the side effects of Myoril Capsule. Most of them are temporary, but if you feel the side effects persist or your condition worsens, you should contact your doctor immediately. This medicine is not recommended for use in children below 16 years of age. Do not take Myoril Capsule beyond the prescribed duration and prescribed dose without consulting your doctor....
Q: If I see any improvement in my condition, should I stop taking Myoril Capsule?
A: No, you should consult your doctor first before stopping Myoril Capsule. At the same time, you should not take this medicine beyond the prescribed duration and the prescribed dose.
Q: Can I take Myoril Capsule if I am taking Paracetamol for fever?
A: No, inform your doctor if you are taking paracetamol for fever along with Myoril Capsule as there can be chances of liver toxicity when these two medicines are taken together.
Q: Is Myoril Capsule is a steroid?
A: No, Myoril Capsule is a muscle relaxant medicine that is used for painful muscular contractures like neck pain, lower back pain.