Ap 110 Blue Oblong Pill

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I found this is in my medicine cabinet and was just wondering what it was. My husband just had surgery and I need to know if it's a narcotic pain pill or not. ## Hello, Keri! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Atley Pharmaceuticals and they list as being a Cephadyn tablet. It contains 650mgs of Acetaminophen and 50mgs of Butalbital. It is a barbiturate that is used to treat or prevent migraines. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, somnolence and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Thu, May 14 '15, 1:41 PM
hydrocodone*110,*AP,
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BLUE,OBLONG PILL,W/ 110 ON 1 SIDE & AP ON THE OTHER ## This is not hydrocodone. It is Cephadyn 750mg/50. It is generic for Sedapap and a few others. It is acetaminophen (or tylenol) 750mg and butalbital 50mg. Typically, it is used for serious headaches or migraine headaches. It is like Fiorecet except it does not have the caffeine in it. Side effects include, marked sedation, sweating, blurry vision. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Jun 11 '06, 7:57 AM
Mayne MIA 110 butalbitol caffeine APAP
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I've been taking these for nearly 15 years. When the FDA changed the amount of acetaminophen in the pills to 325 or 300 mg (they lowered it, in any case) the manufacturer, since the amount of acetaminophen was changed, used it as an opportunity to say it is no longer a generic so... I no longer take fioricet. I now take butalbitol/caffeine/acetaminophen. If I ask my insurance for Fioracet it costs $350 a month for 60, the B/C/A costs $35.. go figure BUT my main problem is this: the old tablets I got were Qualitest, they were round and greenish blue, they were no problem! HOWEVER, now I am getting some large oblong white caplet that is so chalky I regularly choke on them. At least once a week one stops in my throats and it takes a while to get it down. A few weeks ago one stopped rig... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Caffeine.
Sat, Dec 24 '16, 9:12 PM
identifying unknown pill
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'93'on one side, '7382' on the other. white-tan round pill. If you know what this pill may be, please respond!! Thank you very, very much! ## Venlafaxine Hydrochloride 75 mg brand name: Effexor glad i could help! ## white oblong pill with 770 on one side ## That ID for the first tablet is correct. Effexor is a commonly used antidepressant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. You can read more here: ## The 770 tablet contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, this is a generic or store brand of Extra Strength Tylenol, a common pain reliever/ fever reducer. Is there anything else I can help with? ## ap on one side 110 on the other light blue oblong pill scored between the a/p ...
Updated 6 years ago in Venlafaxine.
Mon, Jul 25 '11, 12:55 PM
Hydrocodone 10/325 apap
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White oblong pill/caplet with a line through the center on one side and imprint: IP 110 on the other. Is it, in fact, 10/325??? ## i ran out of mu usuall watson big like oval bklue tens and i got this through a buddy.. is it in fact the same thing?? i dont want to take it if not ## Yes, this tablet is Hydrocodone 10mgs and Acetaminophen 325mgs. However, if you are running out early, then apparently your pain is not in control and rather than getting meds illegally from someone else, you should see your doctor to see what you can do to better treat your condition. ## I too have always taken the blue pill which is lortab 10/500..and recently I had to go to a different pharmacy and they gave me a white tablet..and it say M363 on one side the other is plain..they said it is the same as the ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, May 27 '15, 7:49 AM



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