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Phenprobamate is a sedative-hypnotic drug used to treat anxiety, tension, and insomnia. It is a central nervous system depressant that works by slowing down the activity of the brain and nervous system. It is also used to treat muscle spasms and seizures.

Common side effects of phenprobamate include drowsiness, dizziness, confusion, headache, blurred vision, dry mouth, nausea, constipation, and difficulty urinating. It can also cause changes in mood, behavior, and thinking.

Brand names associated with phenprobamate include:
  ▸  Equanil
  ▸  Milontin
  ▸  Myidone
  ▸  Noludar
  ▸  Phenyramidol
  ▸  Pro-Bamate
  ▸  Propanidid
  ▸  Pyramidon
  ▸  Sedabarb
  ▸  Sedapap

  • phenprobamate
  • proformiphen
  • carbamic acid ester
  • muscle relaxant
  • musculoskeletal

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