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Parke-Davis Tablet
What are round white tablets imprinted P-D 679, labeled "APC"? Presume they're obsolete Parke-Davis something with aspirin or acetaminophen. ## I have tried several searches for this, but can't find any information on it, however, if it was an over the counter product, those imprints aren't required to be listed with the FDA and finding information on something that is no longer manufactured makes it even more difficult. Where they found in the U.S or elsewhere? That may help to narrow it down. ## Thank you. I've done multiple searches and also found nothing specific for that tablet. I've asked 2 pharmacists (both younger than 40) who couldn't figure it out. I started looking for aspirin combo drugs and found an obsolete aspirin-phenacetin-caffeine produc... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aspirin.
Thu, Apr 26 '12, 8:58 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 216656
krimson 35 irregular periods
i am 22 yrs unmarried girl.I am suffering from PCOD since last 3years.Earlier doctor adviced me to take Doris and it was cured only for a year but again i faced problem of irregular periods and i consulted another doctor who gave me Krimson 35.i started using from 16th june 2014 but before completing 21days i have seen few drops of period within 2 weeks i.e on 29th june'14.should i stop using these tablets?and alogwith Krimson35 doctor also gave me APCOD sachets.is it gud? please advise what should i do and will the problem be solved of irregular periods? ## Hi Nikki! I would call your Doctor and let him know what's going on, and, your concerns. ...
Updated 20 days ago in Nikki.
Wed, Jul 02 '14, 8:24 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 268115


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