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Light Green And Dark Green Capsule With Lupin 500

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Elizabeth Says:
I have found a half light, half dark pill 500 mg. (Lupin) on my son. What is it and why would he have it on him? What do kids use it for?

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Elizabeth Says:
The color of the half light, half dark pill was green

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Leah Says:
It is an Antibiotic. Nothing to worry about.

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Crystal Says:
Located a match it's Cephalexin 500 mg, which is used to treat urinary tract infections, respiratory tract infections, and skin and soft tissue infections. It is also sometimes used to treat acne.

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janice talbert Says:
my neice is 8 years old and came home with a prescription of lubin 500mg. she was bit by a dog, is this ok. a nurse of her mothers got her these pills.

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Elizabeth Says:
I would be concerned IF the capsule is labeled with print from end to end instead of around it, like a belt. REAL antibiotic Lupin 500 mg can be seen here. The FAKE capsule could be ANYTHING and you should grab it. I got one at jr. high yesterday that was ecstasy & unknowns according to police (found on floor).

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tia233 Says:
can lupin cure an std??

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anonymous Says:
you cant cure an std.

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victor george Says:
what do kids yous Lupin for

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Kirt Says:
That depends on whether the STD is caused by a bacterial infection, which is what antibiotics are used for. If it's a viral STD such as herpes, warts or HIV, lupin will do absolutely nothing.

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Kirt Says:
Yes you can. Not all STD's can be cured (especially the viral ones) however the vast majority of STDs caused by bacterial infection can be cured quite easily by a course of antibiotics.

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Shicks Says:
Yes many STD's now have cures.

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duane Says:
i was given those by a doctor just the other day. they are antibotics. i have an infected limp node and they gave me those to get rid of the egg sized on on my inner thigh. i am not sure why kids would have them or where they would get them but i have them.

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duane Says:
yes the reason they gave them to her is probably to fight any infection that the dog may have put in her body when he bite her.

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linlin Says:
will taking one of these pills get rid of an STD??

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karen Says:
its a controled substance

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anonymous Says:
You are completely incorrect. Some stds are in fact curable depending on what you have contracted, however, a majority of them are only treatable.

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Tara Says:
is lupin gluten free??

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RNmere Says:
Cephalaxine is NOT a controlled substance. Obviously it's an antibiotic. Yes, it can treat and cure, if taken correctly, bacterial STDs (gonorrhea, chlamydia, etc). No, it cannot treat viral STDs (herpes, HIV, etc), for which there are other treatments but no currently available cure. Lastly, if you found Cephalaxine in your daughters belongings, while there is not a cause for immediate concern, I would question where she obtained the pill and explain that antibiotics are not for short term use and should never be taken sans a prescription or for a shorter period of time Nathan prescribed, lest immunity become a factor as has happened in many of todays adults.

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