Is Pain O Soma 350 mg safe for kidneys?

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asked Jan 29 in 3D Segmentation by natashabock (120 points)

Pain O Soma 350 mg, the active ingredient in Pain O Soma 350 mg, is primarily metabolized by the liver and excreted by the kidneys. While it is not known to directly harm the kidneys, there are considerations and precautions that individuals with kidney conditions should be aware of:

Carisoprodol, a component of Pain O Soma 350 mg, is excreted by the kidneys, and its metabolite, is also eliminated by renal excretion. In individuals with impaired kidney function, elimination of the drug and its metabolites may be delayed, potentially leading to higher levels in the bloodstream. If you have kidney impairment, there is a risk of drug accumulation, which can increase the likelihood of side effects. Therefore, dose adjustment or a different treatment approach should be considered under the guidance of a healthcare provider. So that the side effects of this drug can be avoided in the future.

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